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I can understand Sonali Deranigalaya's need for intense psychotherapy in the wake of what is obviously a devastating tragedy. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Diane M. Cowles
My heart goes out to the author for losing her family. Her loss is incomprehensible and her story should be told but not the way it's written. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Olga Pinsky
This author poured her heart out on the page, the most emotionally raw and honest book I think I've read. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Michelle M.
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Very intense and a bit of a downer. This poor women; what she has gone through is devastating. Worth the read; it makes you appreciate your own good fortune.Published 1 month ago by DAS
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Whining and complaining, never happy. That's the impression I took away from reading this author's story.Published 2 months ago by Read-A-Book