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Ough grief and beyond includes unlikely inspiration from an evangelical preacher the calming presence of some Real Housewives and the unexpected attention of a charismatic musician A modern take on loss Widowish illuminates the twists of fate that break our world the determination that keeps us moving forward and the surprises in life we never see comin Most of It Good ButThis is a book you certainly want to like because it is born of the author s pain and tragedy She is very open how-to-do-everything-with-photoshop-cs2-ebook-colin-smith-amazon-fr-amazon-media-eu-s--r-l from an evangelical preacher the calming presence of some Real Housewives and the unexpected attention of a charismatic musician A modern take on loss Widowish illuminates the twists of the-compelling-communicator-mastering-the-art-and-science-of-exceptional-presentation-design fate that break our world the determination that keeps us moving all-about-prayer-salah-activity-book-discover-islam-sticker-activity-books forward and the surprises in life we never see comin Most of It Good ButThis is a book you certainly want to like because it is born of the author s pain and tragedy She is very open

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Widowish

Melissa Gould’s uplifting and deeply moving memoir of grieving outside the box and the surprising nature of loveWhen Melissa Gould's husband Joel was unexpectedly hospitalized she could not imagine how her life was about to change Overwhelmed as his condition tragically worsened she had to believe that while Joel’s loss was permanent so was their lo I had read somewhere that sometimes the best thing to do in a crisis is nothing Nothing was about all I could handleThis was a be

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VeLeft to raise their young daughter on her own and to act as if she could resume life without her beloved husband by her side Melissa found that she didn’t fit the typical idea of widowhood or meet the expectations of mourning She didn’t look like a widow or act like a widow but she felt like one Melissa was widowishMelissa’s personal journey thr What a crazy emotional journey Melissa s traumatic experience following the death of her husband is actually life affirming human


10 thoughts on “Widowish

  1. says:

    I had read somewhere that sometimes the best thing to do in a crisis is nothing Nothing was about all I could handleThis was a beautifully honest memoir filled with brave insights into the author's struggles before during after her husband's death Melissa Gould is a screenwriter whose husband Joel who is battling MS Multiple Sclerosis falls ill with an unknown virus that eventually takes his life Gould's memoi

  2. says:

    As the title implies this memoir offers a first person account of what it's like to suddenly lose a spouse and have your world upended — but

  3. says:

    I was honored to read an Advance Reader Copy of Melissa Gould’s new memoir Widowish Melissa generously shares her journey

  4. says:

    I loved reading this book and believe it will resonate with anyone who has faced challenges in their personal life It ends on a hopeful note and shows us that we all have the ability to triumph over tragedy

  5. says:

    This book was amazing I couldn’t put it down It made me laugh cry and everything in between I loved having a front row seat for this love story

  6. says:

    What a crazy emotional journey Melissa's traumatic experience following the death of her husband is actually life affirming human and even humorous It made me appreciate my day to day existence in our current pan

  7. says:

    As the title implies this memoir offers a first person account of what it's like to suddenly lose a spouse and have your world upended — but it's SO MUCH than that The author takes on a moving journey that begins over 20

  8. says:

    This book is so beautifully written It's a first hand account of the true meaning of the words in sickness and in health Both funny and touching I loved spending this time with Melissa

  9. says:

    Most of It Good ButThis is a book you certainly want to like because it is born of the author's pain and tragedy She is very open and real about what has happened in her past—including the loss of her husband their beginnings as a couple and her early widowhood—as befitting a memoir However as a nurse I had a hard time getting past what she chose as the first scene Given my profession I'm not a fan of patients or

  10. says:

    Could not put Melissa’s book down I highly recommend her memoir to not only widows but to anyone who is feeling alone in their grief So many feelings and thoughts that Melissa had as she processed her husband’s illness his ultimat

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