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Mirror Journals: Reflections Of A Father-Daughter Journey Of Hope [Paperback]

By Gay Jenson (Author)
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Item description for Mirror Journals: Reflections Of A Father-Daughter Journey Of Hope by Gay Jenson...

Mirror Journals is a radiant testimony of the power of medicine, the strength of relationships, and the grace of God -Gay Jenson's life is a miracle!

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Gay Jenson is a talented, award-winning, influential, over-achiever. Yet, when this young mother was struck with the news that she had a cancer recurrence of the most serious kind, nothing else mattered in life but getting well for those she loved, or preparing them for the worst. Three constants remained during this time?the physical pain, the author's irrepressible hope, and the support of loving family and friends. She began to journal her thoughts and her fears during days and weeks of treatment; days of good news, days of bad news.

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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Pages   225
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.82" Width: 6.08" Height: 0.57"
Weight:   0.81 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jan 11, 2005
Publisher   Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN  1933148411  
ISBN13  9781933148410  

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Great Book for kids, parents and even grandparents  Feb 10, 2005
A friend at school gave this to me to give to my own grandmother who is facing cancer. OUr family agreed that we should try and take a lot of what they say in the book, Mirror Journals, and put it to our own life in dealing with this. I like that this lady's entire family, including her daughter (who was the same age as I am now) when she thought her mom was going to die. So I can relate and think it's special for people of all ages. Please get it for someone you love.
Mirror Journals: Reflections of a Father-Daughter Journey  Feb 10, 2005
What a fantastic book, written by obviously two relatives who shared the experience as the patient; the other as a caregiver and representing the rest of her family. You see two sides to the story that way, and there's something good to take from each lesson.

She raised her 12-year-old daughter alone during this likely-terminal cancer, going through a divorce, hanging onto a career, building a house, and then CANCER number 2 crept in. But 5 years later, she has a book out that shows the ways to deal with each day at a time, and to embrace the family and friends who get you down the path...though she had a miracle and found a cure, the "true miracle" is found in the renewed relationships that cancer brought to her family. This is a must-read of all time for anyone facing a crossroads in their life, health, family, or otherwise.
Mirror Journals  Feb 10, 2005
I thought it was awesome because it has helped one of my friends (who has bone cancer at the age of 18) and he has a single mom. They loved the book and it is helping them a lot. I've heard from other people that this is THE BOOK to get if you have someone in your family (a parent, a brother or sister, a grandparent, etc.) who is facing cancer and you want to know what they're feeling without getting too in-their-face about it. It also helps people who need to help the patient, but don't know what to say. That's why the ook is special: you see it from the patient and the person taking care of that person. And it has a happy ending. Yea!! Pleaes get it for anyone you know facing this in thier life.
Mirror Journals: Relfections of a Father-Daughter Journey  Feb 10, 2005
This is a fantastic book that has long-reaching applications...there is something in there for everyone. You don't have to be a supposedly-terminal cancer patient, like the writer was, but you'll pick up something from it anyway. But the best part is that her diary is matched up to her father's, from the same time period...and so you see both sides of a cancer story: the patient's, and the caregiver's, and how neither gave up because of the support of family and friends. It's inspirational, honest, candid, somewhat bitter, but with enough humor and real-day occurrences that keep it from being too dark. There is literally something for everyone...make this on the list to give to anyone you know who is facing cancer, or taking care of someone facing cancer. It's a "coping and Hoping" book.
Mirror Journals: Reflections of a Father-Daughter Journey  Feb 10, 2005
This book has something for every age group imaginable. It's about a single mom facing cancer for the second time, and this time if might kill her. She's still a career woman, but raising her 12-year-old daughter alone while facing what looks like a terminal cancer. She lives, and now is cancer-free 5 years later), and her daughter is graduating fron high school this spring...and her mom will be there to watch. The patient's father put his diary next to his daughter's in this book, and it shows what the people taking care of the patient have to go through too...ways to help anyone connected to the patient, and for the patient to deal with things, too. It's not too scary for kids, particularly pre-teens and teenagers (and above), and is a great way to read about the subect, not just if you're a patient. My friends though it was great and I've given it to my friends whose parents and/or kids are facing it. It needs to be on Oprah as inspiration for how families stick together to find the outcome...and you never know where angels are waiting for us to take over and make those miracles come true. Buy it for someone before it's too late. !!!

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