But Should the Angels Call For Him: A Mother's Journey Through Grief and Discovery
Glenda Pearson had a story that needed to be told. This is that story. There are no words to express the devastation that a parent feels when a child is taken from them. When her 21-year-old son was killed in an accident, so many dreams for the future went with him. The painful journey that followed has been an emotional roller coaster and a catalyst for self-discovery. Her search for meaning and exploration of herself in a world that had turned upside-down changed the course of her life. Here, Glenda offers you the insights and wisdom she has gained from her life experiences.
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