Maya takes us on the journey of her life starting as a twenty something student living a carefree life at university and hoping to one day have a successful career and a happy family. Her life at home hadn't been happy and she longed for a future that was totally different. After several bad relationships, she ended up with Luca and they got married. Not too long after their wedding, she started to have terrible back pains that no doctors could diagnose. After numerous doctors, she found out that the pains were caused by an auto-immune disease and she started looking into alternative treatments to ease her pain. Luca was extremely supportive as she tried various treatments and traveled to several countries to see doctors and healers. Even with all the pain and difficulties, she never gave up hope that she would be healed and that she and Luca could have a baby.
This is a beautiful story about a life changing journey to find healing and hope and acceptance. This was a very motivating read and I am definitely glad that I read it.
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Susan Roberts, reviewer. Susan grew up in the Detroit area but after deciding that city life wasn't for her she moved to North Carolina after college. She and her husband have several acres of land and they enjoy gardening and canning vegetables in the summer. They travel extensively. Susan reads almost anything (and the piles of books in her house prove that) but her favorite genres are Southern fiction, women's fiction and thrillers. Susan is a top 1% Goodreads Reviewer. You can connect with Susan on Facebook or Twitter.
available formats: ebook and print (214 pages)
published: January 2016 by Luna Tree Publishing
genres: non-fiction, family, women's growth, memoir
source: free ebook provided by author
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