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Susan16639 Susan16639 2 years
I just wrote a book that's not about death but can certainly help when it comes to missing a dad : Always By My Side http://www.amazon.com/Always-My-Side-Susan-Kerner/dp/1595723366/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1378997996&sr=8-1&keywords=always+by+my+side
AARD AARD 4 years
When I read I'll Love Yor Forever I can barely get through it. Since I took care of a father who has since passed away, the book resonates even more with me.
EvieJ EvieJ 4 years
:) at Rebecca...I never thought if it that way, now every time I read it I'll be thinking of creepy moms!!
Rebecca-M-Gruber Rebecca-M-Gruber 4 years
EvieJ - my kids know that we keep I'll Love You Forever hidden because I can't read it without sobbing. Personally, I find the book beyond creepy (the mom climbing in her son's window and all!), but it still gets me every time.
Natasha-Dantzig Natasha-Dantzig 4 years
Thanks for the suggestions.
EvieJ EvieJ 4 years
There's another wonderful book, No Matter What, which while not specifically dealing with death or illness, explains that "love never dies". Also, I'll Love You Forever, which deals with aging. Amazing - and I challenge anyone to read it without choking up.
rachmolly rachmolly 4 years
You're missing the Tenth Good Thing about Barney.
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