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The Things You Would Have Said: The Chance to Say What You Always Wanted Them to Know
     

The Things You Would Have Said: The Chance to Say What You Always Wanted Them to Know

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by Jackie Hooper
 

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Friends fall out of touch, we run out of time, or sometimes our courage simply fails us—and thank-yous, regrets, feelings, and secrets are left unshared. In 2009, Jackie Hooper came up with a way to help people recapture a moment that had once passed them by. She began asking them to write letters that answered one question: If you had another chance,

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Things You Would Have Said: The Chance to Say What You Always Wanted Them to Know 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Newconnexion More than 1 year ago
The Things You Would Have Said, Jackie Hooper, Hudson Street Press, 2012, $15 Sometimes it’s culture, timing, family dynamics or death that prevent us from saying what’s in our heart. So we’re left with "I wish I had told them" and sometimes painful regret. Author Jackie Hooper started a blog, inviting people to assuage their regret by writing letters to the people they wished they had spoken the words. This book contains more than 100 such letters. These letters will move you in many ways. Especially for those to the departed, they’re reminders that keeping things inside yourself just may mean that you'll never get a chance to say what you think and feel. One never knows what each day brings, so resolve to let the people in your life know how special they are to you. Writing letters can work through unresolved issues and help heal our sorrows and regrets, no matter how much time has passed.  New Connexion Journal — Alice R. Berntson
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Where's Despiar?"