Christine M. Shannon’s mother was only sixty-five-years old when she died in 1997, and the death left a void in Christine’s life. Nine years later, her mother appeared to her and visited her in her dreams. Christine tried hard to grasp the message and finally determined her mother was warning her about a cancer danger. After a few examinations, Christine was diagnosed with cervical cancer at age fifty-four.
In A Mother’s Love Forever, she narrates her story, describing the dreams, the tests, the diagnosis, the treatment, and her survival. Christine acknowledges the importance of the spiritual blessing she received from above.
Offering insight into Christine’s experiences, A Mother’s Love Forever helps other people suffering from cancer know they aren’t alone, and to understand everyone’s experience are unique. She shares her advice: Time heals all wounds mentally and physically. Stay positive, and believe in your inner strength. It’s there when you need it most, and it will surely surprise you.