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My 35 year old, 5th grade teacher son gave me the book and said,”I think you’re goin to like this book”. In fact I love the book and I feel compelled to post this review. Every 12 year old girl out there should read “I’m Glad My Mother Died”. It’s a stunning work of pain and truth, perseverance and redemption. All I can say is, “You Go Girl”...thank you
Ever since I finished the book, I feel like I’ve been trying harder to work on myself for myself. Not for my dad or my friends, but just for me. I’ve been more open and honest in therapy. I’ve talked about subjects that I never would have brought up before. I’m trying to understand myself better and accept my flaws.
Thank you for sharing your story, Jennette