Jully Khattar is a confident, accomplished woman.
She has her real estate broker’s license, a solid job, and is known as a prolific advocate and fundraiser for agencies who serve families dealing with chronically debilitating maladies. She has a long-time girlfriend and lives in a relatively peaceful and leafy corner of the city.
An award-winning volunteer and community leader with a dog named Trixie LuLu, indeed, she would seem the picture of serenity.
Except, creeping up on her 30th birthday, Jully still lives with her parents, is relegated to the first floor and needs help to walk. Oh, and she missed last summer.
Like most stories, you have to start at the beginning.
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