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Memoirs
  • Author:
    Harriet T Hill
  • ISBN:
    0943335051
  • ISBN13:
    978-0943335056
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  • Publisher:
    Marblehead Pub (1995)
  • Pages:
    113 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Memoirs
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    1581 kb
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    1513 kb
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    1982 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
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    160
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A Mother’s Struggle with the Illusion of Separation, is a book which may help to ease some of the pain. First published in 1995, For the Love of Robert was written by Harriet Hill, a North Carolina Episcopalian and mother who lost her 15-year-old son in 1990, following his tragic accident with a knife. The book basically tells the story of the way that one family deals with grief and loss in a healthy way. Those who have sustained such a loss can find real comfort in this mother’s story of how a broken heart mends.

The book of. Illusions. I took a leave of absence for the fall semester, but rather than go away or look for psychological help, I stayed on in the house and continued to sink. By late September or early October, I was knocking off more than half a bottle of whiskey every night. It kept me from feeling too much, but at the same time it deprived me of any sense of the future, and when a man has nothing to look forward to, he might as well be dead.

com Product Description (ISBN 0943335051, Hardcover). The closeness of her family and friends are evident, and the support afforded all of them through their faith is definitive and inspirational. Library descriptions.

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There was none of the illusion of separation;he was always there, like Katie. To . sitting in the back of the church between Harriet and Anna, thewedding was Sidney-Sidney only. When she opened the door, she called"Mother" from the hall. If Anna did not answer, she called him, in muchthe same voice. One moment the sheet was quivering slightlyunder the struggle for breath, the next it was still. That was all. Butto the girl it was catastrophe. He watched her first steps down theaisle, saw her chin go up as she gained poise and confidence, watchedthe swinging of her young figure in its gauzy white as she passed himand went forward past the long rows of craning necks.

There is comfort, anger, humor and love in the story told by Harriet Tomlinson Hill of Raleigh, NC, about the loss of her 15-year-old son, Robert. She recounts the week-long sequence of events leading to her son's death after a freak accident with a knife. The closeness of her family and friends are evident, and the support afforded all of them through their faith is definitive and inspirational.

Nalmergas
"For the Love of Robert" tells a mother's story of the accidental death of her fifteen-year-old son and their family's struggle with grief and understanding. While heart-breaking, this well-written book is also surprisingly life-affirming. It has an inspiring underlying message of strength and many reminders of how meaningful the kindness of friends, family and even strangers can be. Parts of it will probably stick with you for a long time.
Mr.mclav
This book is written with an unusually insightful look into the spiritual and emotional process of grieving. I found it to be a source for comfort for anyone who has experienced such a horrific loss. It is surely a good resource for anyone who is looking for guidance through a similar crisis. I have referred it to many friends who have found great comfort in the author's spiritual approach.
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