In 2004 Karen Leibovitch was a busy mother of three young children, running a small counselling practice from home. But a routine visit to her GP led to a diagnosis of oral cancer, and within a matter of weeks Karen's life was irrevocably changed.
Surgery saved her life but left her with many challenges and a distressing sense of emotional disconnection from the family she loves. Desperate to find her way back, she is told it will take two years to regain what she has lost.
The phrase 'two years to normal' becomes a barometer against which she measures her journey towards recovery. A loving and inspirational memoir written with honesty, insight and a self-deprecating sense of humour, Two years to 'Normal' will reassure those facing similar circumstances.