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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cancer charity founder, and now podcaster, Kris knows how to roll the turds life gives you in glitter.

A wonderful book from Kris Hallenga who was diagnosed with breast cancer 11 years ago and is still very much living her life! My second thank you to Kris is for the resilience, in reading this book I have realised that I’ve never known such a hardship - it has both humbled me and given me such a respect for you and the many others that have felt such struggle.But in my community (myositis), it seems like being a woman, and being a woman of colour, already makes you start with a disadvantage. Whilst outwardly a happy, carefree person the press spotlight, social media comments and more all fed into her anxiety. hbhgsdhgdshgag THIS BOOK ACTUALLY SOUNDS SO INCREDIBLY PHENOMENAL AND ALSO JUST STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL? 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.

But as you’ll find out, his journey to creating the life he’s always dreamed of was born out of the battles he faced on the way. In this week’s podcast Dermot and Kris discuss what shaped him into the person we see on our screens, and why a work ethic is so important but so is empathy and taking time to appreciate all that life gives you and all those you get to spend time with.She doesn’t hide away from the fact that having cancer, and knowing someone with cancer, is a real shit show (literally and figuratively), but she also doesn’t hide away from the fact it can bring joy into your life.

com/mrgarethhowells/ and make sure you give Hunsnet a follow too, you won’t regret it - https://www.For some reason there seems to be a "can't be arsed" attitude to even refer people for scans, biopsies, mammograms, ultrasound scans, MRI's. Since the book’s release she hosts her own podcast and has written more articles about her experience with postpartum psychosis and the pressures of parenthood. Little did Kris know it was cancer that would lead her to a life she had never considered: a happy one. On this episode of the podcast, Kris gets under the skin of David to find out what it’s like to work in an industry based on looks, how his time coming through is very different than it is to today with social media, and how realising his own limitations took him away from his dream career to one that’s very different, but that he has channeled his natural drive and competitiveness to rise to the top and taken him to new places around the world and in business.



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