“My own sister died when I was 13 (she was 19), so for me it has been a while. I, nonetheless, found answering your questions, and having a ‘framework’ for my remembering, very calming and therapeutic. I enjoyed remembering the details in a logical progression, rather than in the random images the mind tends to generate. There were some details I filled in, which I hadn’t before. In all, I felt I had completed something.
So, thank you for writing your book, and for sharing it with me. You do Lucy a great honor to use your experiences to help heal so many.”
Billie Jo H.
“I lost my brother last year. I totally stumbled onto your website and bought the book. I found it to be an easy read and I liked the multiple viewpoints that you included. It is nice to know that I am not alone, because that was how I was feeling.
I am recommending this book to my friend whose sister was diagnosed with cancer.”
“This is a great book for anyone who has lost a sibling. I lost my older sister less than a year ago and haven’t done a lot of talking with my family. The questions in this book are practical, useful, and a good starting point for someone who might be averse to speaking with a stranger about their grief. My own sadness kept me from reading the book when I first got it but once I opened the book I read it straight through. The questions were eye opening because my brother and I hadn’t ever discussed what that day was like for both of us.
Thank you for writing this book, I hope it helps others as it has helped me.”