From Healing Comes Handbags
In July 2000 our middle son, Max, was diagnosed with AML Leukemia. He was only seven but he will always be my biggest hero because of the way he faced his greatest challenge and ultimate death.
In Her Son's Memory
Today we are going to introduce you to an incredible woman. Eight years ago handbag designer Jayne Dearborn lost her son to leukemia. Today Jayne is thriving and has found a way to survive his loss by inspiring others. Here's Brook with a heartwarming story..."
One Stitch at a Time
Video segment about how JayneMax was created as a path to healing and featured in Goodness Magazine. (Click video in the upper right corner on the Studio 6 page to view video)
“You can rebuild your life in ways you’d never expect”
SpryLiving.com is an online and published magazine with a distribution of 9 million. Jayne talks about how launching her business has allowed her to reconnect with her creative side and heal from the loss of her son, Max.
Does cancer have a face?
Jayne Dearborn shares her family’s story with radio host Roland Hinds of TruVue Radio in his show “Does Cancer Have a Face?” Listen to this powerful and inspirational interview.
Honoring Max: How Butterflies and Handbags Helped Jayne Dearborn Heal
“Just mentioning a child’s death is enough to make any parent’s blood run cold. Merely hearing the words sets our hearts beating in our chests like the frantic, flapping wings of a moth trapped inside a jar.”