CHemotionally Unstable - hence our man Kim - is a blog and story about all aspects of living with incurable cancer, from treatment and mental wellbeing, to spirituality and fitness, and all things in-between, all in aid of Cancer Research UK. We're aiming to make it to a cool £100,000 before I bite the dust, so please do give what you can to help beat cancer sooner

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Understanding

STAGE 4 SYNOVIAL SARCOMA

Video of the Month:

Carter Pewterschmidt has the cure

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Happy Sunday Brexit Britain.

I have to begin with a humungous thanks to all that have donated, fundraised, ran and challenged themselves over the past two months for Cancer Research UK, and our humble JustGiving page. Including offline donations, we're up to a completely batty £16,000, which isn't half bad a start. I owe you...

Monday, April 17, 2017

Is there a God? Is there life after death? What do we have to do in our temporary earthly vessels to do to reach ‘Paradise’? These are questions humanity has asked for 200,000 years, since the time at which we were able to look up to the stars, gaze in awe, and wonder. Questions that were designed to add purpose to our live...

Thursday, March 23, 2017

There was an old Countess of Bray

And you may think it odd when I say

That despite her high rank and education

She always spelled c*nt with a ‘K’

King George VI, The Crown (2016, Netflix)

Despite beginning this week’s sojourn into my twisted mind with wild profanities, I must assure you that there is context to my crudeness, and...

Monday, February 27, 2017

I have a new girlfriend. She’s everything James Blunt has ever sung about; she’s beautiful, curvy, she’s got a mind of her own. She’s hooked on me, she sets my heart on fire, she follows me everywhere I go. Her name is IVy, and she has enough bite to drop a 400lb gorilla (which is lucky, because I'm such a beefcake, oof...)...

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Gareth W. Dunn

Hi, my name's Gareth, and I'm blogging about living with incurable cancer to raise money for Cancer Research UK before I pop my clogs. Take a look at my first post for some background, if you like. I'm totally hilarious, so it's worth a read, promise.

 

This blog is dedicated to my dearly departed friends, and two wonderful people taken before their time, James Averill and Sara Djoudi. Please give what you can!

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