Just Imagine……

That you have been given a death sentence except that you don’t know when exactly. Whilst you try to go about your daily life with great difficulty, yet not wanting to impose onto anyone for help of any sort, you struggle day in day out, with the physical pain of the cancer that eats into you, the other pain from complications from being over-drugged and weakening of the immune system, and the mental pain. The pain of not knowing. The pain of flitting between needing to stay and wanting to go. Pure anguish.

What does one do but carry on……not knowing, and just praying and praying. People are already bored. Nobody seems to care and even if they did, they fail to express it. Traveling alone, a lonely journey. If you ever thought not being with someone and not having any friends was dismal, try walking the cancer journey. Despite it being such a common disease, it remains yet a lonely journey no matter how many people love you or care about you. It is a walk you do alone.

You look fine and people don’t suspect a thing. But deep inside, you are rotting beyond your control.

Cancer is a bitch.

Who is Mamapumpkin?
Mamapumpkin spent 7 years in London committing crimes to gain her Bartlett BSc in Architecture. She spent 7 years as a Stay At Home Mom raising her children as documented in this Mamapumpkin blog since over 10 years ago and thereafter returned to the Corporate World stronger than ever. Her last job as Country Director of a British Railway Signalling organisation saw her getting ill with an aortal and mitral heart valve regurgitation and early stage cancer. Through her journey from working to not working to working again, she sets out to prove to all women that they can do anything and everything that they set out to do; as long as they have that fire of desire burning within and the drive to work hard. Even better with oodles of love, passion and integrity.

Despite being ill, she has grown a network marketing business from very little knowledge and experience in the otherwise infamously known MLM (Multi-Level Marketing) industry, racing from an income of ZERO to RM 100,000 monthly in merely 2 years. She is a firm believer of the MLM business model but realises the pitfalls too and understands how and why the majority of people would shy away (or zoom far away) from any MLM business.

She is now pondering the title of her new book, From Zero to 100,000 RM monthly in 2 years and has a sequel in the pipeline with the aim of helping real professionals succeed in the World of MLM. Always the giver, Mamapumpkin has supported orphans for over 30 years and has now extended her care to the sick, single mothers, and even struggling families. She believes that with the MLM business model, we can all have a life of our own desires to enable real contribution into the world.

A beautiful life without limits.

Mamapumpkin currently manages the Homeschooling Hub Malaysia on Facebook. She also runs Working Women Malaysia (not THAT kind of Working Women!), Mamapumpkin - Creating A Life of Abundance, and Funky Moms on Facebook to offer REAL support to all women who want career and life success. She is a living testimony that women really can have a lot. Being financially free has enabled her to travel the world anytime anywhere doing anything, and she spends most of her day to day with her children, reading and supporting other women.

For enquiries, please contact her at mamapumpkin at gmail dot com or WhatsApp her at +6012-2333840
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  1. When I read this, I think about my loved one who is fighting this battle, in a faraway place and how I could’ve expressed better my care and concern for her. I know I feel for her but what can I do, apart from sending her words words and more words? So I understand and can relate to what you’re saying here. It really can be a lonely journey. The late Mr Ho shut us out completely, even though we were by his side, trying to be there for him. So that made it a lonely journey too. I feel what you’re writing here. Very much so.

  2. I know what you mean. My close relative had cancer too, and I cannot imagine what and how he was feeling at that time, when everyone around him was business as usual, go to work and complain about traffic jams, just trivial stuffs which we take for granted daily.How the sick wish they had this problems instead of cancer.. I wish i can say more, do more. It’s truly a man’s lonely and heartbreaking journey..

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