Watch: How the Power of Motherhood Drew this LDS Woman from the Depths of Her Darkness

When Carol Decker went to the emergency room at 33 weeks pregnant with flu-like symptoms, she had no idea it would be the last day she would ever see her family again. 

But after losing her sight, her legs, and her hand, Carol shares how motherhood drew her out of the depths of her darkness and helped her chose to live a beautiful life. 



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On June 10, 2008, Carol Decker walked through the hospital doors a healthy woman with flu-like symptoms and early labor contractions. Three months later, she returned home a blind, triple-amputee struggling to bond with a daughter she would never see.

Unshattered: Overcoming Tragedy and Choosing a Beautiful Life recounts Carol's fight for survival against sepsis and its life-shattering complications. From excruciating skin grafts to learning how to function in daily life without lower legs, a left hand, and her sight, Carol takes us on a personal and raw, yet inspiring journey. She travels through the darkness of trauma, anxiety, and depression to arrive, literally, at the peak of a mountain with a heart full of gratitude and love. More than a story of triumph over tragedy, the book offers inspiring life-lessons and insights which can help readers to do more than endure unimaginable pain and darkness in their own lives.

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