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Helen Brown became an international bestselling author with her memoir 锟紺leo: The Cat Who Mended a Family.锟?Technically 锟紺ats and Daughters锟?is the sequel, or follow-up, to that acclaimed book. But as 锟紺leo锟?is a memoir,Chanel bags, the sequel is in reality the next chapter in the author锟絪 life. And what an interesting life she锟絪 had.Breast cancer drove the arrow of mortality awareness into Ms. Brown. While recuperating from surgery and all the accompanying emotional highs and lows, the last thing Ms. Brown wanted was another cat. Of course, that锟絪 exactly what she got; a feisty Siamese ball of attitude called Jonah who turned out to be a healer in a furry disguise锟絯ho requires a daily dose of an antipsychotic drug. No joke. Ms. Brown also received the news she had a wedding to help arrange for her son, and that her daughter had decided to become a Buddhist nun in Sri Lanka. And here I thought forgetting to buy coffee was a bad start to a day.What is remarkable about Ms. Brown is her ability to see beyond what many of us would view as tragedy. Life and its difficulties aren锟絫 to be mourned, and Ms. Brown is our personal cheerleader. Ms. Brown锟絪 uplifting style of writing fully utilizes her wit and charm to disarm and mesmerize readers. 锟紺ats and Daughters锟?is a story of love. Not just of life, but of family.A resident of Melbourne,p90x dvd, Australia, Ms. Brown is an award-winning columnist,deofa.com, journalist, script writer, and TV presenter. Her book 锟紺leo锟?is currently being made into a movie.www.HelenBrown.comQ) My mother was a breast cancer survivor, so I know the emotional bomb that diagnosis brings with it. Of course I have to ask, how are you doing?A) The diagnosis is very frightening but it helps to remember this is one of the most curable cancers. I remember feeling cynical when people said cancer can bring gifts, but five years down the track and with a good prognosis,Hogan, I have to say it锟絪 true.Since the mastectomy, I appreciate life on a different level. I don锟絫 turn down adventures any more. That锟絪 why I锟絤 fostering a cat in New York for a month at present. And I don锟絫 feel guilty saying no to things I don锟絫 want to do.Before going to sleep at night, I often make a list of 10 things I锟絤 grateful happened during the day. It nearly always doubles, and often trebles.Q) You suffered the loss of a child. Life hasn锟絫 been easy, and still you fought through the human tendencies of self-pity to write 锟紺ats and Daughters.锟?How did you manage to make this book the joy it is and avoid the pitfall of melancholy?A) Resilience is an underestimated quality.I don锟絫 think it锟絪 helpful to expect life to be easy or happy. That just leads to disappointment, and an inability to deal with tough times when they happen. A sense of entitlement gets you nowhere. Life can be hard at times and we all end up in the same place. Sometimes you just have to roll with it,Chanel Outlet, be kind to others when you can - and find laughter in the shadows.Q) In an interview you mentioned how for a time after the death of your son you were envious of people who you believed had an easier life than you. How has your outlook changed since hearing from so many people inspired by your stories?A) I have a theory that anyone who loses a child is insane for at least a year. I certainly experienced powerful anger and resentment, but it didn锟絫 take long to realize I wasn锟絫 the only person on earth who was suffering.Everyone has to deal with loss sooner or later. Once the anguish softens 锟?and it does eventually 锟?you锟絩e in a good position to understand and help others. I锟絭e tried to do it with my books, and I锟絤 honored to receive emails from people in the raw stages of grief. I hope my replies are helpful.Q) We touched on this earlier,louboutin, but I锟絣l pointedly ask it now; 锟紺leo锟?was a book I believe was part of your own healing process. Your story turned out to be a source of healing for others. With that knowledge comes a degree of responsibility, be it genuine or expected. How has that altered the way you approach writing?A) I wrote Cleo hoping it might sell a few thousand copies to my fans in New Zealand. When it sold half a million copies around the world and was translated into more than 16 languages I was astonished. It taught me people are very much the same. Whether they live in Indonesia or Arkansas, there锟絪 nothing they wouldn锟絫 do for their kids or pets. It锟絪 a shame we tend to concentrate on the differences. As a result I haven锟絫 changed my writing style. I锟絭e always written from the heart.Q) Any parting thoughts for your fans and those new to your work?A) Thank you for finding me. I hope this is the beginning of a lifelong friendship.DA Kentner is an award-winning author. www.kevad.net
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