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Fi Munro (PhD)

Fi is an internationally recognised multi award winning researcher, author and public speaker on holistic health.

Fi Munro (PhD) is a multi award winning researcher, author and public speaker recognised internationally for her presentations and articles on her journey and holistic health. She has been featured in two BBC documentaries, in TV and radio shows and in newspaper and magazine articles across the globe. In 2017 she was awarded 'Health Blogger of the Year' by Healthunlocked. Her first book "Love, Light and Mermaid Tails: One Woman's Healing Journey Back to Wholeness Through Stage Four Cancer" has received all star reviews. She is currently working on her second book, due for release in 2018. In addition she also teaches yoga to children and adults as well as providing healing workshops and retreats across Scotland.
How To Cope With An Early

How To Cope With An Early Menopause

As predicted, chemotherapy did start to put me through the menopause (hence the associated infertility I mention) and with it the forgetfulness, hot flushes, mood swings and night sweats we've all heard of. At first it wasn't that bad. I mean I was kind of distracted by chemotherapy side affects anyway so it was hard to distinguish them from one another...
19/01/2017 15:13 GMT

Everybody Poos

Whilst it was hard to come to terms with at first, I began to realise that this was a result of life enhancing surgery. Would I, if given the chance, turn back time and say 'no wait actually could you just leave that cancer in my bowel I'd rather not have a stoma'? Hell no!
11/10/2016 17:49 BST
Coping with Cancer Induced

Coping with Cancer Induced Infertility

With the help of an incredible friend I have now healed these wounds. I have 'come to terms' with the news and I have now reached the point where I can write about this in the hope of helping others to understand what it feels like, and supporting those who are walking the same journey.
28/04/2016 10:56 BST
Why I'm Grateful for My

Why I'm Grateful for My Cancer

There are days when I feel so ill from treatment that I want to just lie on the sofa, but I still force myself to get up and dressed and take our lovely rescue dog for a walk because it is so important that there is joy (and nature!) in every day.
22/04/2016 11:41 BST