“A personal and moving story of a mother’s journey through grief, during and following the loss of her daughter. As a bereaved parent myself, this book will be helpful to anyone who is newly bereaved, as well as to those who have lived with grief for a number of years."
Helen HirstThe Compassionate Friends
"“In a discourse with her daughter, Patsy Freeman gives an honest and raw account of her own journey through grief. Thoughtfully weaving threads of trauma, misunderstandings and childhood memories into a bricolage of anecdotes, she grapples with a heart-breaking exploration of feelings and emotions, reminding us that there is no set pattern to grief.”
Ruth FoulkesTeacher, Mentor and Arts Therapist with a special interest in trauma (New Zealand)