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We Get By With A Little Help From Our Friends: Deena's Inspirational Story



From: Chicago, IL.

Deena's journey with her Maya Brenner necklace is a tale spun from threads of friendship. Surprisingly, she didn't acquire one for herself until after she gifted her cherished friends with personalized pieces.

It all began with a joyous celebration. Deena's dear friend, Agnes, embarked on a transformative path of marriage and motherhood. In tribute to these profound milestones, Deena purchased a custom Maya Brenner necklace for her, designed with the initials of her husband, newborn, and Agnes' own birthstone. This delicate creation soon became an emblem of new beginnings.

Then, a powerful gesture of love followed. Deena gifted another of Maya's creations, this time to her dear friend, Dani, who was in the midst of a battle with breast cancer. The initial necklace was more than an accessory; it was a symbol of fortitude, a tangible reminder that even in the face of adversity, Dani was surrounded by unwavering love and support.

Life, as it often does, throws unexpected trials our way. For Deena, this trial arrived in the form of a recent thyroid cancer diagnosis. In her time of need, her friends, the recipients of her earlier gifts, encircled her, presenting her with her very own Maya Brenner initial necklace. Within its delicate form lies the promise of hope, the warmth of friendship and the strength to face whatever lay ahead.

These pieces of jewelry carry stories within them that resonate far beyond their aesthetic beauty. It's been a gift of support to a friend battling breast cancer and a celebration for the birth of a first child. It's not just jewelry; it's a testament to strength. It's a timeless gift, a piece of art that carries the power to inspire and uplift. 


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