Glittering a Turd: How surviving the unsurvivable taught me to live: The Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller

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Glittering a Turd: How surviving the unsurvivable taught me to live: The Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller

Glittering a Turd: How surviving the unsurvivable taught me to live: The Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller

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We all need to be aware that our healthcare professionals are not gifted with divine powers, that they do get it wrong and make mistakes, and that where our own health is concerned, the buck stops with us. And yet I cannot argue with the fierce determination to equip young people with the tools to go back and ask repeatedly for help when they need it, which is at the core of CoppaFeel’s messaging.

In this episode Gareth opens up to Kris about the importance of community, trusting yourself, his struggles with mental health and how looking back became the key to unlocking his future. oh, and to remind you to check your boobs, and trust your instinct when it comes to your own body and wellness.there are obviously so many discussions that surround the cancer diagnosis as well as the Coppafeel charity which Kris set up with some of her closest friends, but this is Kris's very human story, her life, her loves, her thoughts, her wants - her ups and downs, her advice on how to glitter that turd, but I found it to be a super positive and empowering read, and I feel buoyant after reading it as well as feeling full of hope for life itself for me, my family and the people I love. hbhgsdhgdshgag THIS BOOK ACTUALLY SOUNDS SO INCREDIBLY PHENOMENAL AND ALSO JUST STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL? She has worked with Penny Brohn UK as a guest speaker multiple times and is an inspirational young voice in the cancer and wellness community. But in my community (myositis), it seems like being a woman, and being a woman of colour, already makes you start with a disadvantage. When a huge turd of an obstacle (in this case cancer) is thrown in your way how do you deal with it?

Kris has written her story yes, the chronology of her cancer diagnosis and treatment, there’s the glossy pics everyone always turns to first (right? In this special two part episode of Glittering A Turd Fearne fully opens up to Kris on her constant evolution and love of their friendship. patron, all round person from the TV or radio you can see yourself talking a walk with, Dermot O’Leary knows he leads a fortunate life and is very grateful for it. aiming to educate and spread awareness about breast cancer, such as knowing the signs that could save your life and reminding you to check your breasts often.Hotjar sets this cookie to know whether a user is included in the data sampling defined by the site's daily session limit. I loved it because it’s full of a very big and wonderful personality who I enjoyed spending 300 plus pages with. It is more than an autobiography (although I am a nosy cow so love knowing about interesting peoples lives), it is a reminder of the importance of living life, peppered with a lot of humour and some really really important messages. Comedian Darren Harriott has come a long way since he was car sharing his way around the UK as a teenager looking to forge a career in stand up comedy. com/mrgarethhowells/ and make sure you give Hunsnet a follow too, you won’t regret it - https://www.

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