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Watching Their Dance- Three Sisters-a Genetic Disease and Marrying into a Family At Risk for Huntingtons

Watching Their Dance:  Three Sisters, a Genetic Disease and Marrying into a Family At Risk for Huntington’s

We all have challenges to overcome in our lives and they come in many forms; a serious medical condition, a divorce, an autistic child, financial devastation, a difficult teenager, death of a parent/child/spouse or living at risk for a genetic disease like Huntington’s disease.  Watching Their Dance is a story of a young woman who learns to live with unimaginable uncertainty by making changes in her life so she could live happily and as fully as possible with the man she loves.  By reading Watching Their Dance you will be:
Inspired.  Filled with HOPE.
Learn about mindfulness.
Empowered to make changes in your life.

 



For U.S. residents, please purchase a soft copy here.
By purchasing the book on this website, $7.00 will be donated to HDSA.

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e-Pub Version 100%  of the profit will be donated to a Huntington’s organization
in the country where the buyer lives.

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PDF Version 100%  of the profit will be donated to a Huntington’s organization
in the country where the buyer lives.

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If you live outside the U.S., please purchase the book on an Amazon website in your country.
$3.50 will be donated to a Huntington’s  disease organization in the country where the book is purchased.


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Making changes in your life is not always easy and sometimes it’s hard to take those first steps. We have to step outside our comfort zone and that takes energy and bravery. But if that is what it takes to survive, or to achieve a goal, wouldn’t you do it?  Through my experience of living in a family AT RISK for the cruelest disease on the planet, I chose to change in order to survive.  And guess what?  I did survive and you can too by being open to altering your way of thinking or the way you react or do things.

 

15 Comments

  • Reply Sandy Hurlbert April 7, 2016 at 7:48 pm

    I love your website…enjoy reading it…and so look forward to reading your book! You WILL let us know how to get a copy. And good luck to the HDSA team!

    • Reply crutcht April 8, 2016 at 8:58 am

      Yes, I will let you know when the book is available. My editor just informed me on Wed.that she’s not sending anything back to me for rewriting; I’m thrilled. So I’m concentrating on social media and marketing and will begin to feature Fran and Vanessa when HDSA has their fundraising website set up. Thanks for the positive thoughts.

  • Reply Andrea Roth-Ross April 8, 2016 at 10:34 am

    I also anxiously await the finished product. Reading it will truly be a learning experience as I am unfamiliar with Huntington’s Disease. Congratulations on the “editing” update. Gosh, that’s a wonderful feeling! I am proud of and for you!

    • Reply crutcht April 8, 2016 at 11:16 am

      Thanks Andrea and you are to be commended also with your perseverance in creating 3 books on a huge topic that affects our society.

  • Reply Paul December 28, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    Cannot wait to get my hands on this book. My wife has Huntington disease and it is a tough journey ahead! Congratulations in writing a book about HD, I will do some promotional work with my friends for you once released. Paul

    • Reply crutcht December 29, 2016 at 2:23 pm

      Hi Paul, Thank you for contacting me and for your support. I’m sorry to hear your wife has HD.
      At this time, my book cover is being designed and the file formatted so I hope to have my book available to purchase on this website around June 1st, 2017 after promoting the heck out of it in May, which is HD Awareness Month. I can make the largest profit, which will be donated to HDSA, by selling it on my website since there is no middleman, like Amazon. It will be available on Amazon since I am going global with the book. Happy New Year to you and your family. Therese

  • Reply Jackie McDonagh February 24, 2017 at 2:27 pm

    I am looking forward to reading your book – my husband has kept a diary of his brothers fight with HD which I have tried to talk him into getting published – it is very moving – luckily my husband hasn’t got the gene but still has the survivors guilt which is also terrible.

    • Reply crutcht February 26, 2017 at 2:50 pm

      John, my husband, also has survivor guilt but doesn’t like to talk about it because he was the lucky sibling. Two of his sisters were diagnosed but Lora, the oldest, died before the test was available. She was severely depressed and she drank herself to death at age 41. It’s a blessing my sisters-in-law didn’t have any children. John will never read my book because he already lived it and though it is our love story, it is too painful to read about his sisters. But he is my biggest supporter because he knows my reasons for writing the book was to honor Lora, Marcia, Cindy, heighten HD awareness and generate a revenue stream to Huntington’s organizations around the world. He’s helping me in the marketing end of the book. Best wishes, Therese

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  • Reply Janet T. Coalter May 10, 2017 at 7:19 am

    I had a sister-in-law who died from Huntington Chorea years ago. She lived with this disease for many years. After she passed away in her fifties, her daughter Juliann Coalter started expirincing symptoms of HC. Juliann’s brother has no symptoms of HD.
    Looking forward to reading your book Therese Cruther.
    I read a book a good while ago about a newsman’s wife who developed Alzheimer’s Disease in her late 30th that was so very good. Much success with your book. Looks very good.

    • Reply crutcht May 10, 2017 at 10:42 am

      Hi Janet, Thank you for sharing your story with me. So sorry to hear the daughter inherited this terrible disease, and I glad to hear Juliann’s brother may be free from HD.

      Thank you for supporting my fundraising/HD Awareness project. My husband, John, and myself want to help in the fight against this horrific disease that devastates families for generations. John tested negative last year, so our children will not live at risk like we did for 38 years. My three sisters-in-law had no children so HD will not hurt another person in our family. Best, Therese

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