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Twenty-Eight Snow Angels: A Widow's Story of Love, Loss and Renewal (Book) - 8/1/2012 5:24:53 PM
Diane Dettmann has accomplished an extraordinary achievement in sharing the sadness of her very private grief journey from Denial to Acceptance in this well-written memoir. She shares the process she experienced after the sudden death of her husband, as she walks, runs, stumbles and pushes herself and you through the steps of grief. This book is not for the Ďho-humí reader. Anyone who has experienced a loss should read this book, because if you havenít completed the 5 step-grief process you will when you read this virtually day-to-day account of the struggles and realities of grief and how she worked through them. Reviewed by: Sharon D. Anderson, Ph.D. Angelic Communications

Grief Marathon (Short Story) - 3/28/2015 10:21:00 AM
Ron, Even though Twenty-Eight Snow Angel was both difficult to write and read, it's helping many widow's & widower's. The grief groups I've shared my story with said it helped to hear from someone who's experienced the loss of a spouse. I'm so sorry to for your twin brother's loss, it's very tragic. Everyone has their own timeline of grief and works through it in their own way. I'm glad he's finding joy in life again and is surround with support. I wish him well. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts.

Grief Marathon (Short Story) - 3/28/2015 9:33:02 AM
Not something that I like to read, but I'm sure that you benefited greatly by writing it. My twin brother lost his wife just short of a year ago in a tragic accident where she fell from a second-floor balcony to her death. Roger visited me this past week, and, while he seems older, he also seems to have weathered the loss quite well. He has begun dating again and enjoying life on his own. He is not geographically close to any of the family, but is well supported by his wife's family. Ron

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