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In The Eyes Of A Grieving Daugher

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Kathy Lee Fawcett's first book, In the Eyes of a Grieving Daughter, is a true story about a major event that happened to her and how she dealt with it. Most people can grieve, but there are many who have difficulties doing so. In the story you will find that Katie, the name of the woman in the story, has a lot of mishaps that get in the way of actually being able to sit back and just grieve. It's a personal story and a very touching one at that. Not only losing one parent, but losing two in a short time, was not ...
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Overview

Kathy Lee Fawcett's first book, In the Eyes of a Grieving Daughter, is a true story about a major event that happened to her and how she dealt with it. Most people can grieve, but there are many who have difficulties doing so. In the story you will find that Katie, the name of the woman in the story, has a lot of mishaps that get in the way of actually being able to sit back and just grieve. It's a personal story and a very touching one at that. Not only losing one parent, but losing two in a short time, was not easy. Going back in time and reliving the whole situation was not easy, but it was her way of starting to heal from this major loss. Kathy hopes to touch the hearts of others and to help someone that may be going through something of this nature. Kathy's motto is "everything happens for a reason, one that we may never know." Always try and turn something that is negative into something positive and there will be a lesson learned in it all. Life is fragile, so handle it with care.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781424112456
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 10/23/2006
  • Pages: 134
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.31 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2007

    In The Eyes of a Grieving Daughter~ Heart Touching

    Katie had endored so much from the time of the horrible news to the first year of the anniversary date. One would only wonder how she ever made it through such a nightmare. Reading the book, as turning the pages my heart turned to tears. It is truely a book for anyone that maybe going through a period of their life that seems impossible. i recommend reading the book and understand more what life is really all about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2007

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    Her writing is wonderful. Can't put the book down when you get into it. It brings you to every day life dealing with death. Times when you can't say good-bye and times you can. Either way, its very hard plus death brings out the worst in some people. Brings out what they can get.

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