The Unwinding of the Miracle Themes

Julie Yip-Williams
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Relationships

A paradox is that cancer, something negative and that threatens to sever relationships through death, actually helps Julie develop something positive: stronger relationships that bring her happiness. For instance, Julie enjoys a lunch chat with the busy Dr. C. Dr. C would not have spent time having lunch with Julie if Julie did not have a deadly disease. Due to the disease, Dr. C was willing to spend time having lunch with her, and during their time together, Julie felt truly happy. She said she even felt happier than on her wedding day or on the births of her children, for those experiences were full of worries and fears. Additionally, Julie got together with her sisters and cousins to spend some time together like they used to when they were younger. However, they would not have come together if Julie did not have cancer. Then her relatives organized...

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