Just when you think you've reached the finish line of parenting, it advances. Gigi and Tony Ramadi thought they were done raising two children until their younger child flunked out of Yale. Denying his demons, their son, Mark, escapes to Europe only to find more.In a story permeated with heartache, a family's soul is fragmented by a growing chasm between a father and son as a mother desperately struggles to hold everyone together. Can she save her son? Can she save herself from her own unresolved issues of control and find healing from within to save her marriage? Written from the heart and with deep passion, Rocks through My Window brilliantly tells a piercingly relatable story of family polarization and forgiveness, inspiring hope.
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This first time author tells a compelling story about family trials, courage and prayer. I found myself routing for "Gigi" from one adventure to another. I suspect readers will do the dame and along the way they will also be inspired to route for themselves. Few mothers woujld dare to write a story about their deepest feelings and heartbreaks for others to see. It is much easier to confide in a friend or retreat with a glass of wine. Yet, what is most personal is also most universal. Many mothers will find much consolation in reading "Rocks Through My Window' knowing that parenting often seems more challenging than rewarding. As Jeannie writes, "Just when you think you are done with parenting, they move the finish line." The author clearly obtains her goal: to witness to the power of prayers and to offer real hope to the reader that they are not alone or dysfunctional coping with family issues; and if "Gigi" can do it, so can others who believe in the power of love.