Annually the US has thousands of recently diagnosed cases of some form of cancer. Today, a cancer diagnosis doesn't have to be a death sentence. There are new medicines being developed, cutting edge robotic surgeries, and a host of other treatment plans that weren't available 10 years ago. How does a family go on when all medical options have been tried? What takes place when the disease stricken better half doesn't recover and eventually dies? How do the kids stay powerful when their loved parent has passed away? Angela Mattox enthusiastically shares her story to let other widow / ers know that they're not alone. Angela was her late partner's enthusiastic cheerleader for the three 0.5 years he valiantly fought cancer of the colon. Her hubby, Ronald Mattox, unhappily lost his fight in Feb 2011. She felt her life was incomprehensible after he unfortunately passed away.
She was worried about her sons ‘, six and nine, future. Angela’s life didn't change until she took a transformative trip to the Mediterranean. She realized that she needed to reconnect with Almighty God and be strong for her kids. Her touching memoir is about triumph and it's now available at Amazon (Kindle) and Barnes and Noble (Nook). It'll shortly be released to Apple iBooks at a later point. About Angela Mattox Angela Mattox was fully devastated when her hubby, Ronald Mattox, died from the savageries of colon cancer. She used to be a teacher for nearly 15 years and loved working with her students.
After he died, it was tough for her to curtly leave her teaching position in Silver Spring, Maryland. Her principal and staff provided her with plenty of support during her crisis. She reluctantly moved to the Jacksonville, FL area. After reflection, she spotted that moving back home was the best call she could have made. Angela’s metamorphic trip to the Mediterranean renewed her trust in God and caused her to change careers and become a CruiseOne Independent Cruise and Travel Consultant. Each day she misses her husband, but she realises that he's now at rest and is not hurting. Angela has the religion and backbone to keep her better half's bequest alive.