The Lively Shadow: Living with the Death of a Child
It is the hardest thing anyone can face -- the death of a child. A tragedy that has affected millions also touched Donald M. Murray, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The Boston Globe, twenty-five years ago. Now, for the first time, he fully expresses what he lost -- and learned -- in a book even more moving than this inspiring volume on aging, My Twice-Lived Life.
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Hello, My name is Renee, I am 28 years old, have been married for 6 years, and we have 3 beautiful,amazing children.Josh who is 9,Ana who is 7,and Madison who is 5.Alright now to the point, right? We have been told since our first born daughter was 18 months, that she has NERO-DEGENITIVE DISORDER.For almost 6 YEARS(5 for sure) no one,no one, NO ONE! Specialists,Doctors,residents,interns, nurses, technicians,person after person whom my husband Billy,and I meet try to explain to us that "Ana is a puzzle". But that don't make much sense,how in this whole BIG wonderful world,how does ANYONE not know what's going on with our sweet Ana.
Well that is what brings me to writing this review.Words like Praise, Thanks,and understanding come to me as I get to know of all the emotions that we will have to endure when Ana is "called upon".I also will try to write a book.People deserve to know Ana when she was able to walk, talk,laugh,cry,and just being a "normal" 2 year old.Her father,brother,sister,friends,family, and I WILL NOT GIVE UP HOPE.This once again is to tell the Murray family THANK YOU for sharing Lee's story, it Still touches the hearts of many us. THANK YOU.
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A father's honest and heart wrenching story of the sudden death of his twenty year-old daughter, Lee, to Reye's Syndrome. Read full review