my theropist introduced me to this book. "MOTHERLESS DAUGHTERS". i have only read a few pages but alot of it i find to be interesting. alot of what she-the writer- has gone through.. the emotions and thoughts all seem to be like mine so far. it got me to thinking that if she wrote a book... then i am not the only one that needs to deal with this. maybe someone out there can talk to me about what they feel and we can share and lean and learn from one another.
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