Love -: when you lose the one you love...

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Author House, Oct 26, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 108 pages
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Throughout this book,

you are invited to go on a journey

which looks for answers

that lie within.



Our struggles teach us who we are.

Reading is one way

to learn from someone else’s mistakes.



Lesson #1:


Leaving home at the age of 17

to live with your boyfriend

does not guarantee

that your first marriage will last forever.



Lesson #2:


When your second husband

dies  of a heart attack

you find how life is mostly unpredictable.



Lesson #3:


A third marriage confirms

differences do not mean division.



Lesson #4:


No two loves are created equal

since they are determined

by the size of your heart.


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About the author (2007)

The author currently

lives in Mississauga, Ontario

with her husband

and three children.


Recently receiving a diploma

from the

Institute of Children’s Literature

completes a lifelong ambition

to pursue self-expression

that can make a difference.



Life is all about loving,


and then learning

to love again.


The author subscribes

to the theory

that life

is best lived

when choosing

that which we love –

hoping that somehow,

it will love us back.



Her motto:


 “ to  think,  before  you  speak


to  feel,


  before  you  write -



  to  know,  before  you  love… “




         is free to everyone.

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