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She was only 36 years old, married, and had three children. This is the amazing true story of a woman, a wife, and a mother's incredible journey through this life changing events. In this compelling memoir, Dafi talks candidly about her experience and reveals how she, as a young wife and mother coped, survived and On October 27, , Dafi was diagnosed with a brain tumor. In this compelling memoir, Dafi talks candidly about her experience and reveals how she, as a young wife and mother coped, survived and carried.

In her memoir, Dafi reveals how she as a mother and wife at a young age coped, survived, and carried on after the discovery of her brain tumor. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published August 22nd by Authorhouse first published August 1st More Details Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Hi, I was so trilled to learn that over people enter to win my book. I wish I could give one to each of you, but if you would like to receive an autographed copy please contact me? Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 29, Jaclyn rated it it was ok. May 24, Beverly Diehl rated it really liked it Shelves: autobio-memoir , motherhood , health , cancer.

But I still enjoyed the book. Rich with sensory details, I felt like I was right beside the author on her journey, seeing, hearing, and smelling everything she did. She doesn't try to paint herself as heroic, which I appreciated. Just an ordinary mom dealing with a terrifying situation, sometimes well, and sometimes completely falling apart.

What makes it all the better is the happy ending. View 1 comment. Apr 24, Maya rated it it was amazing. I highly recommend this book for anyone looking to be deeply inspired, and to read about a real case experience of love and resiliency through the courageous presence Dafi shares in this page turner book.

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I honestly couldn't put it down! I found myself getting so wrapped up in the various characters of people that she so colorfully depicts. Even though I could sense the outcome of the story, my mind would still feel so much the moment by moment experiences she opens the reader up to and I felt a I highly recommend this book for anyone looking to be deeply inspired, and to read about a real case experience of love and resiliency through the courageous presence Dafi shares in this page turner book.

Even though I could sense the outcome of the story, my mind would still feel so much the moment by moment experiences she opens the reader up to and I felt as if i was there in the room with her.

What I find so special about her writing is that it really invites the reader to be a witness to her pure and honest experience of "LIFE" as it happened to her. I am grateful to her courage to write such a deeply meaningful book, and am excited for more people getting familiar with her work. Jo rated it liked it Apr 22, Apr 19, Shiv Shiv rated it it was amazing. Inspiring and hopeful personal story about how she overcame such a challenging diagnosis in the midst of so much. I really enjoyed reading this book and found Dafi's writing style to be very direct, and often funny in the face of adversity.

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