Struggling with Serendipity Memoir, Signed! INCLUDES Shipping!
Brighten someone's day with a message of HOPE! Now selling at OUR COST while supply lasts. $10 each (not shipped) per signed book OR just $13.50 INCLUDING tax and same day or next day shipping! Struggling with Serendipity is sold in bookstores for $20.Shipping to USA addresses only.
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- Struggling with Serendipity shares a mom's crisis, a daughter's paralysis, and a road of hope—from a small town in Ohio to Harvard and around the world. This memoir is 420 pages, 6.7 inches x 9.6 inches, and weighs 1.5 pounds, with photographs, a disability resource guide, and a Foreword by Dr. Ariana Vora, Asst. Professor at Harvard Medical School. More about my book may be found on other pages of this website.
Praise for Struggling with Serendipity
Sandy Asher, Author and Playwright
Julie Dussliere, Chief of Paralympic Sport, United States Olympic Committee
Terry McGuire, Founder of Giving Voice to Depression
Peter Wilderotter, President and CEO of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
Thea Flaum, President of the Hill Foundation and Founder of Facing Disability
Danni Starr, Author of Empathy and Eyebrows: A Survivalist's Stories on Reviving Your Spirit After Soul-Crushing Sh*tstorms
April Perry, Founder of Power of Moms
Jeff Bell, Author ofWhen in Doubt, Make Beliefand Founder of the Adversity 2 Advocacy Alliance
Peggy Ewald, retired Swimming & Diving Head Coach at Ohio Northern University andTeam USA Coach for 2008, 2012, and 2016 Paralympic Games
Debbie Flynn, Founder of the QUAD Foundation
Brittany Déjean, Founder of AbleThrive
Moving to the USA from Australia, I established a Facebook support group called Warrior Momz. Essentially 'Warrior Momz' is a group of families either living with or supporting a loved one with spinal cord injury. Our members are advocates for activity based restorative recovery, giving hope and support to families!
It was through Warrior Momz, I have grown to know Cindy. She is a passionate mother, advocate and talented writer, who is not afraid to tackle the hard topics associated with the injury. Writing like this requires courage and commitment, as you need to be prepared to expose yourself and at times your innermost fears, weaknesses publicly.
I had the privilege of meeting Cindy and her daughter Beth in Washington, DC. Beth is a shining example to our community, she has embraced her injury, achieving success in competitive swimming, going on to building a career in the law! Cindy has been an active member of the Warrior Momz community for several years. With less than 10% seeking recovery after suffering a catastrophic spinal cord injury, Struggling with Serendipity will be a valuable resource for our community to learn from. Cindy’s story illustrates the power of a mother's love in the recovery journey, yet also shares a mother’s need to look after herself.”
Kay Ledson, Author of Warrior Mom