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The author of the book: Cathy Cuenin
Date of issue: 11 Feb 2014
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 21.19 MB
City - Country: United States
Full description of the book "The Way I Walk : From Tugboat to Transplant":Waterways and mist-covered mountains of Alaska are backdrop in this moving story that brings tears of both laughter and sorrow. You will find it easy to immerse yourself in Cathy Cuenin's memoir as she takes you back and forth in time between her wild and adventuresome years aboard a tugboat with her young family, and later years as she faces the challenge of losing her life. Cuenin's life is turned upside down in one moment when she is suddenly unable to catch her breath and is diagnosed with an untreatable disease that will slowly rob her of breath PDF. In clear and heart-felt language, she takes the reader along on her medical and spiritual journey, eloquently expressing the reality of pain, fear, and falling...and then standing up, healing, and cherishing. This book will hold your attention from beginning to end. You will discover how Cuenin learns to walk through one gut-wrenching crisis after another and about the wild country that informs her soul throughout the journey. You will fall in love with her husband, want to travel to Alaska, be inspired and reminded of your own courage. This is one woman's story and it ePub is everyone's story for life can and will challenge each of us.
About the author Cathy CueninCathy Cuenin migrated from Northern California to Washington to study nursing, and then north again with her husband to Southeast Alaska. Together, with their young son, they crafted an adventuresome life living aboard and working tugboats. She fell in love with the wild country around her. Adding later training in psychology and acupressure to her nursing, she enjoyed an exciting career until early retirement due to a severe lung disease, LAM. A double lung transplant extended her life, thanks to the incredible gift of donated lungs. She now enjoys the waterways and wild lands of Washington State, where she lives with her husband, but returns to Alaska when she is able. "In country" is how they refer to their return trips to the north. She's wild about her granddaughter, loves walking in wild country, singing, painting, and writing. And most of all, breathing! She works individually and with groups who are challenged with a wide range of losses.
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