A Life Worth Living Cover

A Life Worth Living (2017)

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Yvonne, a young Malaysian Chinese woman, was diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis type 2, a rare genetic disorder while still in secondary school.

In A Life Worth Living, she walks back in time to find the answer to a question most frequently asked by many– where does she draw her inner strength from and her tenacity to overcome her trials and tribulations.

Emotionally and physically trying, Yvonne’s early childhood experiences have made her empathetic towards the hardships of others and given her the desire to empower them to live their best life.

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Other books

I'm Not Sick, Just A Bit Unwell Cover

I'm Not Sick, Just A Bit Unwell (2006)
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At the age of sixteen, Yvonne Foong was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis, an illness that leaves patients to live in silence, isolated from a world that so many of us take for granted.

As she enters the gloomy life of hospital wards, relationships and friendships are put to test. If you ever wondered what it is like to cope with an incurable illness and to constantly receive news that crushes the human spirit, Yvonne's story is a story o resilience and hope.