Unexpected event that change my life forever
Unexpected event that change my life foever because when Face a sudden crises that impact my means. When my grandmother fell sick with Cervical cancer. I can relate to Rachel statement “ the change was the reality of a life I’d never imagined myself to be in myself. In my mind I could not see anyone else who has been there fo me through thick and thin. I moved in with her. I made sacrafices like quiting my job i knew she would need twenty fours hours a day. someday was worst than others but I still perseve through her illness. Similar to Rachel divorce at age forty raising a teenage daughter away in college and now facing a medical crisis. A sudden crises changes her life as she faces an old injury which forces her to be dependent on friends as she lives independently now from her divorce. In contrast my grandmother was more connected with family and friends than Rachel is with her circle of relatives or acquaintances.
When some relatives new my grandmother were sick they came there for support and make sure she was not alone. they brought food, flowers. however Rachel learns a valuable lesson as stated in her article and adds “I hadn’t realized that I wasn’t alone even though I lived alone. I hadn’t realized that I was part of an informal family even though I didn’t live in a traditional one. The support I received from my extended network carried me through my medical emergency and, I’m convinced, quickened my recovery and deepened my healing.” Although this editorial reminds us of how stubborn we can be during our lowest level of confidence we must always support each other during crisis. As Rachel’s says’ “that it wasn’t just the reassurance they expressed, it was their willingness to interrupt their own lives to move in with me and do whatever was necessary.” To conclude the editorial proves that we can’t assume what life will ring and lead us to live by but value and preserve our most precious circle of family and friends.
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