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I find that most of Jackie's books deal with some form of grief, but she addresses it in such a way that there is hope and that ultimately softens the grief and makes life bearable. Listening to someone else's grief and the way they handle it helps those of us who have experienced sadness or loss cope a little better. lepking
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lepking wrote:
I find that most of Jackie's books deal with some form of grief, but she addresses it in such a way that there is hope and that ultimately softens the grief and makes life bearable. Listening to someone else's grief and the way they handle it helps those of us who have experienced sadness or loss cope a little better. lepking




Good point, Lepking

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