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My resolution for the year is simply to be more proactive with my chronic health issues. I will empower myself to seek out second opinions, research studies, etc. Grateful to God for bringing me far enough along to where I am able to empower myself!
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I have been unable to bring myself to finish Michael J Fox's memoir, Lucky Man... and I feel incredibly guilty about it. It's not like it is incredibly lengthy, or difficult subject matter, but for whatever reason, after getting halfway through, I simply lost interest completely. The good angel on my right shoulder is forever telling me to go back and finish, because Mr. Fox is an inspiring man who deserves the time it would take for me to finish his story. However, my left-shouldered friend is very whiny and dodgy over the thought of completing the task. Who knows, maybe 2014 will be the year?
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A Monster Calls, by Patrick Ness. It was written and is marketed as a childrens/young adult book tackling the topics of grief and loss. That said, I read it for the first time at the age of 38, while trying to lay to rest some heartbreak regarding the recent death of my mother in law. This book does not read like a YA book. It is one of those rare books that so easily speaks to readers of all ages. I read the 200+ pages in one sitting, Kindle in one hand, a well-used box of Kleenex in the other. It is powerful, emotional, incredibly well written, and a true gift to anyone fortunate enough to get their hands on a copy. I am a firm believer that the story of 13 year old Conor, and the Monster outside his window will enrich the lives of all who read it. While it is true there are no happy endings to be found in the pages of A Monster Calls, it is also true that sometimes God reveals the most beautiful parts of life, in death... The reviews on Amazon and Goodreads are high for a reason.
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