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❰Reading❯ ➷ Better Author Amy Robach – Pnoy.me NATIONAL BESTSELLER“I have breast cancer” When Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach revealed her shocking diagnosis on live television in November 2013 the seasoned news reporter embarked on theReading Better Author Amy Robach Pnoy.me NATIONAL BESTSELLER“I have breast cancer” When Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach revealed her shocking diagnosis on live television in November 2013 the seasoned news reporter embarked on the NATIONAL BESTSELLER“I have breast cancer” When Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach revealed her shocking diagnosis on live television in November the seasoned news reporter embarked on the most difficult and illuminating journey of her life In this intimate memoir she retraces the twelve months following her announcement and speaks candidly for the first time about how her illness affected her family life and her marriage tapped into her deepest fears and strengths and transformed her in ways she never could have imagined   Only weeks earlier in September ABC producers asked Robach to get an on air mammogram to highlight Breast Cancer Awareness Month Her first instinct was to say no—there was no history of cancer in her family she was only forty years old and she felt strange drawing attention to herself when she had no personal connection to the issue She’d been meaning to get her first mammogram that year bu.

T had conveniently “lost” the prescription Her colleague Robin Roberts herself a cancer survivor convinced her to do it with one simple sentence “I can pretty much guarantee it will save a life”   To Robach’s surprise the life she saved was her own Tests revealed malignant tumors in her breast and she immediately underwent a bilateral mastectomy followed by six months of chemotherapy treatments   Better is than a story of illness and recovery Robach recounts the day she and her husband Andrew Shue got the terrible news; the difficulty of telling her two young daughters and the challenges of carrying on with the everyday duties of parenting nurturing a fledgling second marriage and managing a public career She lays bare the emotional toll of her experience and mines her past for the significant moments that gave her the resilience to face each day And she describes the incredible support network that lifted her when she hit bottom   With honesty humility and humor Robach connects deeply with women just like her who have struggled with any kind of sudden adversity More important she shares valuable wisdom about the power of the human spirit to endure the worst—and find the way to Bet.

better kindle Better PDFEPUBT had conveniently “lost” the prescription Her colleague Robin Roberts herself a cancer survivor convinced her to do it with one simple sentence “I can pretty much guarantee it will save a life”   To Robach’s surprise the life she saved was her own Tests revealed malignant tumors in her breast and she immediately underwent a bilateral mastectomy followed by six months of chemotherapy treatments   Better is than a story of illness and recovery Robach recounts the day she and her husband Andrew Shue got the terrible news; the difficulty of telling her two young daughters and the challenges of carrying on with the everyday duties of parenting nurturing a fledgling second marriage and managing a public career She lays bare the emotional toll of her experience and mines her past for the significant moments that gave her the resilience to face each day And she describes the incredible support network that lifted her when she hit bottom   With honesty humility and humor Robach connects deeply with women just like her who have struggled with any kind of sudden adversity More important she shares valuable wisdom about the power of the human spirit to endure the worst—and find the way to Bet.

10 thoughts on “Better

  1. Elizabeth☮ Elizabeth☮ says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBI remember when Amy Robach announced her cancer diagnosis on Good Morning America I remembered how I teared up and then sighed in relief that I had recently walked away from a benign cyst found on my last mammogramI continued to watch in wonder


  2. Shelley Sherlock Shelley Sherlock says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBHaving watched Amy Robach since she came to GMA and having watched her do the mammogram I felt like I needed to read her book I didn't expect to have so much emotion while reading this I felt like I was right there with her especially when she had to tell her 2 daughters I found myself crying right along with her remembering the television segments that she talked about in her book It was a very good book one that I would highly recommend


  3. Denise Denise says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBExcellentI loved this book simply because the story was written as if it was my life When I was diagnosed in April 2011 it stunned me initially I cried my eyes out for a good couple of days no lie I was totally inconsolable But when I decided that the mourning and pity party was over I got to the business of planning my next move I automatically came to the conclusion that a Bilateral Mastectomy was the only answer for me although it was only in one breast So my story is pretty much like Amy's minus the chemo radiation TamoxifenAnd like Any I know there's a good chance that despite all the treatment in the world cancer can rear it's ugly head again And you just deal with it if it does come backI love what her husband said and I take it in as my new mantra 'There’s no need to die before you die'Such good words to live byit reminds you that life is for the living and we have to live it one day at a timeNo one knows when our time is up and worrying about


  4. Sharon Sharon says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBI have to say this What drew me to Amy Robach was her hair I saw her short haircut without any knowledge of her cancer and I thought That woman knows how to wear her hair This book I think is supposed to be mostly about cancer but to me it was about being a world traveling journalist and what it is that makes an international journalist tick Becaus


  5. Rosanne Rosanne says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBAmy Robach does a masterful job of describing her journey from her first mammogram done as a public service on Good Morning America the discovery of her breast cancer and how and why she made the choices she did to get better Also interesting is the story of her persistence and determination to achieve success in her career No doubt that strength served her well in all aspects of her life


  6. Kathie Kathie says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBI remember the show when Amy announced she had breast cancer and I followed her journey I related to her story after my cancer battle this year The story is raw and real and I remember that I had many of the same feelings in my journey


  7. Danielle Barnabei-bright Danielle Barnabei-bright says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBThis book was a really beautiful story about what Amy went through during her breast cancer ordeal She was so open and it was like sitting and talking with a friend over coffee about the ups and downs she went through It makes me love her all the


  8. Jeanie Jeanie says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBI'm almost 40 and Amy has made me so not nervous any about the mamograms now I did cry but not as much as I thought I would She tells her story very well and is lucky to have her Dr brother to give her advice Definitely recommend this


  9. Brandi Clevinger Brandi Clevinger says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBAmy's story is an inspiration for me I didn't realize how much she struggled with the illness I also didn't reali


  10. Steve Steve says:

    Better ePUB Ø Ebook better kindle, Better PDFEPUBAmy Robach’s goal in writing this medical memoir was “to share not only the daily challenges she faced as a newly diagnosed cancer patient but also the evolution that occurred as she transitioned from patient to survivor


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