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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This is a brilliant and powerful book, worth every minute you spend reading it - maybe you, or someone you know is facing some turd stuff, but not only for that, this book is for everyone no matter what - just read it and feel the empowerment (and permission if you need/want it) to love your life, and appreciate your life, and everything you have to live for. Other books can be a little morbid, so this positive story is one I would happily recommend as a gift. Glittering a Turd is more than just another cancer memoir; it’s a handbook for living life to the fullest, shining a new perspective on survival and learning to glitter your own tu*d, whatever it might be. Around four weeks after giving birth to her son, Laura Dockrill found herself in a psychricatic ward on suicide watch. If people take away one message from this book , it should be this, above all else, don't ever take no for an answer, particularly from a doctor.

From founding a charity to visiting Downing Street, campaigning at festivals to appearing on TV, and being present at the birth of her nephew; in the face of all the possible prognoses, Kris is surviving, thriving, and resolutely living. However, when she found a lump in her boob and was told that it was not only cancer, but also incurable, life took on a completely new meaning. Beginning her TV career at just 15, Fearne Cotton has been no stranger to experiences many of us can dream of but also those that can be the stuff of nightmares.Also, raising awareness of the importance of checking your breasts, no matter your age and persisting to get the answers you need despite medical assurances.

She’s appeared on television, was able to live a thriving life, being there with her sister at her nephew’s birth, and even started a food truck business with her twin sister, Meron.Grief touched Jack in a big way at a formative stage of his life and in this episode of the podcast Kris asks him about the moment his Turd came to be and the ever lasting impact it has had.

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. I think everyone will find something to identify with in this book - you don't need to be a terminal cancer patient! Author, podcast host, and Queen of the Castle, Giovanna Fletcher is the first person to tell Kris how they’ve glittered their turd. Injuries aren’t uncommon but Tahnée suffered a serious concussion that has kept her off her bike and thrown up walls to scale that simply weren’t there before. From taking photographs and traveling the world with the likes of Oasis and Miriah Carey to showing war at its worst as photojournalist, Giles Duley has seen more than many of us but after stepping on an explosive device, an IED, during a visit to Afghanistan in 2011 he has experienced more than most of us too.I would recommend this book to everyone young and old to tell them that life is short that they have seize the day and to always check your boobs.



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