Daniella was born April 1963, and is the oldest of three girls. She has devoted her life to raising her family and giving them the best start in life possible. She has also put a lot of effort into staying fit and healthy and has run two London Marathons to give herself some personal challenges. She speaks about overcoming her obstacles and how she managed to deal with the hand that has been dealt to her. She has learnt a lot about her journey that has brought her to this point of her life and she hopes to be able to help others by telling them some of the strategies that have enabled her to tell her story and still be happy and positive and contented with her lot. Daniella bares her soul, puts her deepest emotions on display, explores areas of personal pain and can only be commended for her bravery both for writing the book and for surviving her and the family's trauma with such a positive outlook. The continuing saga of facing a life with a twenty year old special needs adult, and a large growing family are often hard to read and even harder to imagine. This book will surely strike a chord with all other families with dependent children with special needs.Barry Welck, Chairman - Langdon Daniella's story is the fight for a "normal" family life , but life seems to have other ideas.
For anyone who has ever struggled to have children, lost a child, or had a child with a disability, this book will resonate with you. The beauty of Daniella's story is that she realizes this is her normality, and finds peace with it. Erica Marks, Mother of four, oldest child with cerebral Palsy
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(229mm x 152mm x 12mm)
Publisher: Panoma Press
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