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Posted September 7, 2012
This book is like talking to a friend about everything you're experiencing with your loss. Questions you can't ask people who are not widowed or left behind - answered with grace and complete honesty. Truly an uplifting book for any woman suffering through a loss.
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Posted August 14, 2014
The best book out there for anyone who has lost a loved one
Yesterday I saw author Carole Brody Fleet on HUFFPOLIVE talking with Nate Berkus about love and loss and what to hold on to and i immediately ran out and got a copy of the HAPPILY EVEN AFTER. I lost my husband a year ago and went through a really hard time - emotionally, financially, and in every possible way. Carole's book is already helping me. It is a funny thing with widowhood, as you feel so alone. And, at night, you usually are alone for the first time in years. So, Carole's warm, friendly and oh-so helpful voice really comes across in the book. When it gets too hard, (usually at bedtime) I can now read this book and feel like I have a friend who lost her husband before I did and can offer excellent advice on every aspect of widowhood and how to get though and beyond the pain. Bravo to Carole Brody Fleet for lighting the way in the darkness for all us widows!
Posted October 16, 2013
Grief is one of the most difficult emotions to write about and yet Carole Brody Fleet did just that and she did it beautifully.
This book gives hope when a person is in despair. She wrote with words that anyone could relate to. It is clear she knows
what she’s talking about and that she has been through the same things. She names what you’re going through, and lets people
know that their feeling are not abnormal. Grief is Grief and it okay to feel what you’re feeling- whatever that might be.