A Brain Tumour’s Travel Tale – Claire Bullimore’s Story

Claire Bullimore was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour, an Intraventricular Meningioma.

In 2008 at the age of 25, Claire Bullimore was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour, an Intraventricular Meningioma.

This book follows Claire’s life between 2007 till 2017, showing the true emotions and hardships of a brain tumour diagnosis, surgery, recovery and then the scars inside and out.

This book is written to give encouragement to any person who is now at the beginning of their new journey. Claire was left with several postoperative complications. She was left with Quadrantanopia Hemianopia, seizure medication, memory loss, speech deficit just to mention a few.

But, Claire Bullimore has never stopped doing things that are out of her comfort zone. Claire went from personal tragedy to love and loss. She stepped out of her comfort zone to overcome a heart-breaking challenge that life threw at her. the struggle of the physical, cognitive and social recovery process with all the highs and lows along the way.

To-Do List

    • Radio Show Interviews
    • Update Website
    • Produce Audio Book
    • Start Charity Of The Month Shows
    • Plan A Book Tour around the UK
    • Start 2nd Book
    • Start A Lifestyle Blog
    • Make YouTube Channel
    • Record Some Songs For YouTube
    • I will NOT let ANXIETY hold me back

This story is here to show that even with disabilities and with a crippling anxiety disorder, you can do anything if you put your mind to it, even if it is somewhat damaged.

A Brain Tumour's Travel Tale

by Claire Bullimore

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A Brain Tumour's Travel Tale - Claire Bullimore

1 Comment

  1. Sarah Ridgeway
    16th August 2019 / 8:48 pm

    I love her book, internet sites, her interviews and her. I feel like she is a good friend. I was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2013. I couldn’t find anything on brain tumors, even in the library until I found her. I feel like she has been with me on my journey too. Reading her journey while I was going through radiation felt like my own support group before I joined online ones. I have memory loss on details, but I always felt good after reading her information. Something solid. Something to hold on is lost in the internet world. So it was nice to have this.

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