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

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She’d been making waves in the sporting world from her early teens, clinching the title of UK Champion at just 14 years old before deciding to retire at 21. Too often, people go to the doctor for concerns, only to be met with a hefty bill and “It’s just anxiety. 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 loved the notes from the mums baby book about when the twins were young and I loved the mini journal entries and dates.

In this episode Fearne and Kris get further into long standing anxiety, how despite all the work you can do on yourself some old thoughts will always creep up and how to be kind to yourself. 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 turd, whatever it might be. Hotjar sets this cookie to know whether a user is included in the data sampling defined by the site's daily session limit. It gave Annie a mental resilience few of us have, and lead her to discover passions she might not otherwise have known such as her love of fitness.

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 turd, whatever it might be.

In this episode she and Kris go deep into why Cariad began 'Grief Cast', the threads and themes she has discovered through speaking to her guests, and how that in turn has shaped how she sees her own grief. You would think this book would be a real downer, a real tear-jerker, and yes it will make you cry in parts, but overall it’s really positive. In this episode of the podcast Kris has Rae reflect on what truly made her happy, how knowing that the day would come softened its blow slightly, and the joys of motherhood but the difficulty in juggling the personal and professional life. Yes she was given a terminal diagnosis, but cancer diagnoses are no longer always the death sentence they once were. Kris is a hope-bringer, life-saver and ordinary person doing extraordinary things with what life has handed her.

It is becoming a common theme to have doctors dismiss or misdiagnose patients with these kind of diseases. Little did Kris know it was cancer that would lead her to a life she had never considered: a happy one.

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