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A.must read for anyone who's lost their mom. THIS book got me through some tough times. I continue to turn to it on hard days. IT feels good to not feel alone on the grief journeyPublished 3 hours ago by mnjayhawk
This book was given to me 10 years ago and I don't think I was ready to read it, as it has a lot of case studies and it felt tedious to me at the time. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amy Beausang
I'm 35 years old and just lost my mother...lost my father when I was 13.... I had high hopes for this book and was so disappointed when it fell so short. Read morePublished 13 days ago by E. Ortiz
Good book for such a sad subject. Author is very good at relating to the readerPublished 1 month ago by Online Shopper at heart
Great book and really helpful to me when my mother passed. Although the author was in college and very young when her mother passed, the stories in here will allow you to feel a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elaine
Excellent for the motherless, like me! Every twist and turn of how Motherless Daughters live and feel after early and later loss of Mom.Published 5 months ago by Carol Rae Bradford
I believe whole-heartedly that Ms. Edelman has helped the millions of us who have lost their mothers. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nanny Springer