This book is a true life story about a woman who grew up having great expectations of what the future holds for her. Isabella, just like most other young ladies was having idealistic prospects as to the type of person her man should be. At first, it seemed like everything was already divinely programmed and she couldn’t have asked for a better man. However, the man she assumed was her knight in shining armor, someone who ticked all the boxes for her, and loved her deeply or so she thought. Unknown to Isabella, it was all a mirage.
Being diagnosed with cancer could be terrifying news to anyone but to be abandoned by the same man who promised to stick with you in sickness and in health, and cutting you off from your child is an experience no one should be made to pass through.
Praying for a Miracle When it’s Hopeless is an emotional book that will bring even the stone-hearted to tears. It teaches lots of lessons and can be an inspiration to anyone who is hit by life’s vicissitudes and encourage them not to lose hope.
BIO: I am from the San Francisco Bay Area and educated in Southern California. I completed three degrees, including an MS in Sports Psychology, a MA, and a Doctoral Candidate degree in Clinical Psychology. Due to my life-threatening cancer, I underwent two mastectomies, two reconstruction surgeries, and chemotherapy during 2004-2005. In 2007, I was diagnosed with stage 4 Breast cancer survival rate of 22%. In late 2008, I was diagnosed with Hydrocephalus. After 3 infectious attempts, a shunt was successfully surgically inserted into my brain to drain the water to my bladder. I have looked breast cancer and other illnesses in the face and survived their wrath. My motto: Keep Fighting! Never Give Up! God Has You!! I am a 16-year stage 4 breast cancer survivor, author, breast cancer speaker, and volunteer for breast cancer organizations. I residing in Texas and am currently enjoying seeing my son experience college life. A site I thought I would never survive to see.