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My Year of Living Vulnerably
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Title:
My Year of Living Vulnerably
Written by:
Rick Morton 
Read by:
Rick Morton 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
9 hours 28 minutes 
Published:
March 17 2021 
Available Date:
March 17 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781460786499 
Genres:
Non-fiction; Memoirs 
Publisher:
Bolinda/HarperCollins audio 
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Award winning author
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My Year of Living Vulnerably is a thought-provoking, honest and tender audiobook about Morton’s journey to rediscover love and towards betterness following his diagnosis.

In early 2019, Rick Morton, author of the critically acclaimed and bestselling memoir One Hundred Years of Dirt, was diagnosed with complex post-traumatic stress disorder – which, as he says, is just a fancy way of saying that one of the people who should have loved him the most during childhood didn't. So Rick decided it was time to rediscover love. To get better. Not cured, not fixed. Just ... better. This is a book about his journey to betterness, his experiment in living vulnerably. In fact, it’s a book about love. What love is, what forms it takes, how we practise it in our lives, what it means to us, and how we really, really can't live without it, even if, like Rick for many years, we think we can. As he says: ‘People think they want cars, and they do, to get to jobs and appointments in cities and regions where public transport has failed them. But what gets them into those cars, out of the house, out of bed for God’s sake, is love.’

'Morton is fresh ... He's brilliant.'
Helen Dunmore, Guardian

'Morton is a crack storyteller and his words and stories are infused with genuine compassion.'
Christos Tsiolkas, award-winning author of The Slap