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As she did in her national bestseller Motherless Daughters, Edelman charts the grief/healing process by weaving her own words with those of scores of women across the country. These letters offer eloquent testimonial to the importance of gaining comfort and support from women who have shared the experience of motherloss. Author on The Today Show.
Posted August 28, 2005
This book was comforting and interesting. It told about a wide variety of experiences regarding women who had lost their mothers. Ms. Edelman covered women who had lost their mothers anywhere from 1 - 40 years ago. Her primary concern was with women who had lost their mothers in childhood or young adulthood. This book is a caring, logical antidote to those people who minimize the loss of a mother.
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