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A Time to Heal (1994)

A paralyzed mother recovers from a stroke during childbirth with care from her husband.

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... Jenny Barton
... Jay Barton
... Barbara Barton
... Don Peterson
... Dr. Klein
... Mitch Barton
... Zelda
... Maddy
... Mr. Barton
... Mrs. Barton
... Dr. Martin
... Nurse Johnson
Wesley Hayashi ... Burt
Sarah Freeman ... Sandra
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A paralyzed mother recovers from a stroke during childbirth with care from her husband.

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18 April 1994 (USA)  »

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Jenny's Story  »

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1.33 : 1
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The baby in the family photographs shown is Mara Wilson's younger sister, Anna. See more »

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Just what I needed to watch!!!!
23 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

ON Thanksgiving Eve, I just happened to have turned on this movie and was amazed at how close to home it hit. This is the one year anniversary of my husband's fall from a ladder, resulting in brain surgery. I have lived through EVERYTHING that Jay in the movie did; the emotional roller coasters, the coma, the ventilator, the trach, the endless therapies, both in and out-patient. On and On!! But what REALLY hit me was his struggle with "just wanting his wife back". Even tho I said the same prayers "to just let him live" and "I'll push him in a wheelchair for the rest of his life if necessary", I now, too, struggle with acceptance of this new person I'm married to and the anger, short-temperedness that makes me feel SO guilty.

The movie allowed me to CRY for hours; sometimes for remembering how horrible it was to go through, and sometimes to sympathize with Jay's inability to handle it as Jenny improved. Some days I want to give up and divorce him, but I keep telling myself to stick it out and learn something from this ordeal. Thank you making a movie that so closely pictured my life and situation. I'd love more information about the writer and WHY she wrote it.


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