As other memebers have mentioned before I really recomend this book. I had to order it as the small town I live in doesn't stock it. It finally came in after three weeks and let me tell you how exact this author is. This book is helping me tremendously. I had thought recently that I was doing great dealing with this, I thought of Addison constantly without crying, I've written many letters to many officials about my experience and changes I feel need to be made, look at me go...then I realized that was exactly what I was doing, THINKING of Addison all the time, I was no longer feeling the enormity of my loss. Before this book arrived it had been a month since I just sat there holding her ashes, looking at her pictures and crying for all that I lost. This book is helping me realize that the longer I put off really grieving the harder it will be. There were times though that crying and really feeling my loss was just too painful so I decided to stop doing it and to occupy my mind with Addison in another way, but you can't do this forever. I just wanted to let everyone know that this book is a great read and hopefully will continue to help me come to terms with my giref and feel every inch of it how ever painful it may be.
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