The holidays seem to be the worst time of the year when it comes to losing a loved one as well as dealing with the pain of losing a loved one. My Father passed away this year, something I will never forget nor get over. In some ways he was my best friend. No one really understands the pain that comes from losing a spouse, child, sibling, etc. until they go through it. Because of that there really aren’t many people that you can talk to about the subject who completely understand. Some cities do have group meetings for those who have lost loved ones (provided it’s not too far to drive to) and then there are people who are very much solitary and prefer one on one over going to group meetings. There are also people who tend to close up and not wish to speak to anyone about losing their loved one.
I Wasn’t Ready to Say Goodbye by Brook Noel & Pamela Blair is a book that I haven’t read but have seen many reviews online that have nothing but good things to say about it.
Have you read I Wasn’t Rady to Say Goodbye? If so, what did you think of it? Do you have any book suggestions for people who have lost a loved one?