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Waterstones ExHighSt
Also known as the Cathedral branch, what we lack in coffee we make up for with books. Passionate, exciting and different; come in and see for yourself.
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Eleanor McConnell May 14
It’s properly started now! opens the conference, and week in general!
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Kathryn Mannix May 15
The stations list on my GWR train reads like a Daphne bookshelf. What literary journeys are you on, Twitter?
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Kathryn Mannix May 15
Thanks to for a wonderfully thoughtful evening. Warm audience and great questions about from Tracy and audience members. And thank you for my new book!
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Kathryn Mannix May 15
One of the questions was how do I look after myself while working in palliative care. Revelling in the immediacy of nature is one of my therapies. And this is the gift I was given. Thank you, and , for this sustaining work.
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Waterstones ExHighSt May 16
Many thanks to for her warmth, openness and humour- dying isn't all about sadness and Kathryn's book is as much about living. As Kathryn says some great audience questions too
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Kathryn Mannix May 15
It's still week. For your Tuesday tea break, why not read about how we can plan ahead to ensure we can receive the care we want, and avoid interventions we don't want, towards the end of our lives?
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Kathryn Mannix May 15
Isn't this fantastic? I am so thrilled and honoured!
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Kathryn Mannix May 15
Today a taxi driver told me about his sick friend. We discussed how he might support his friend; pain control; being able to carry on working; and the process of coping with bad news. He wouldn't take a fare at the end of my journey.
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Kathryn Mannix May 15
Replying to @drkathrynmannix
Simply beautiful. The words, the illustrations, the ideas, the concept.
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Kathryn Mannix May 15
During an MRI scan for a cancer scare, I was given headphones playing The Killers... 'Are we human' has so much more resonance now.
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Waterstones ExHighSt May 16
Many thanks to last night at Waterstones Exeter Roman Gate for in week. Kathryn was warm and honest and it's good to use words like death and dying openly.
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Head of Zeus (HoZ) May 16
We are Adult Reading Partners Roadshow today with a very special guest, !
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Waterstones ExHighSt May 15
Looking forward to hosting at our sister store tonight from 6.30. Tickets still available!
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Waterstones ExHighSt May 15
is at Waterstones Exeter Roman Gate tonight Tuesday 15th May at 6.30pm if you want to join in with the conversation. Ring 01392 423044 to reserve tickets (£3)
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Kathryn Mannix May 13
Messages like this tell me that the campaign for better understanding of normal dying is so worthwhile. Keep spreading the message, folks!
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Kathryn Mannix May 13
Replying to @mariecurieuk
Brilliant example of 'midwifing dying.' Bravo.
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Dying Matters May 14
Great video. Remember you can read the first section of 's excellent book for free on the Dying Matters website
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Kathryn Mannix May 14
Replying to @BarryGQ131
Welcome! I'm new but already loving it.
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Kathryn Mannix May 14
Brilliant audiences, sharing experiences and supporting each other. Thank you all so much.
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Kathryn Mannix May 14
Hope it lived up to expectations. I really enjoyed meeting so many enthusiastic people.
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