Letter From Motherless Daughters: Words Of Courage, Grief, And Healing

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Hope Edelman
Da Capo Press, Apr 30, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 162 pages
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Expanding upon Hope Edelman's life-changing bestseller, these letters offer eloquent testimonial to the importance of gaining comfort and support from women who have shared the experience of mother loss. As she did in Motherless Daughters, Hope Edelman charts the grief/healing process by weaving her own words with those of dozens of women across the country. Drawing on her myriad conversations with motherless daughters, the author refines the message of her earlier book, and writes about her experiences starting support groups to help women who wish to start their own. Letters from Motherless Daughters will reassure any woman who has lost her mother that she is neither abnormal nor alone in dealing with her grief.

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LETTERS FROM MOTHERLESS DAUGHTERS: Words of Courage, Grief, and Healing

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More-of-the-same sequel to last year's best-selling Motherless Daughters. In truth, this book is not quite the same. It contains more letters from motherless daughters but less of the research and ... Read full review


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