No Cure for Being Human - Kate Bowler - 9781846047190 - Ebury Publishing

No Cure for Being Human - Kate Bowler - 9781846047190 - Ebury Publishing

ISBN: 9781846047190
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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***A SUNDAY TIMES AND INDEPENDENT BOOK OF THE YEAR AND INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER***

The bestselling author of Everything Happens for a Reason (And Other Lies Ive Loved) asks, how do you move forward with a life you didnt choose?

Hailed by Glennon Doyle as the Christian Joan Didion, Kate Bowler used to accept the modern idea that life is an endless horizon of possibilities, a series of choices which if made correctly, would lead us to a place just out of our reach. A beach body by summer. A trip to Disneyland around the corner. A promotion on the horizon. But then at thirty-five she was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer, and now she has to ask one of the most fundamental questions of all: How do we create meaning in our lives when the life we hoped for is put on hold indefinitely?

In No Cure for Being Human, Kate searches for a way forward as she mines the wisdom (and absurdity) of our modern best life now advice industry, which offers us exhausting positivity, trying to convince us that we can out-eat, out-learn and out-perform our humanness. With dry wit and unflinching honesty she grapples with her cancer diagnosis, her ambition and her faith and searches for some kind of peace with her limitations in a culture that says that anything is possible.

Frank and funny, dark and wise, Kates irreverent, hard-won observations in No Cure For Being Human chart a bold path towards learning new ways to live.

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