No More Faking Fine
Ending the Pretending
by Esther Fleece
Pub Date 10 Jan 2017
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I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of No More Faking Fine through the publisher and Netgalley:
In this book we are reminded that no one is meant to live in grief and Sorrow forever but we will all experience it.
The author tells us about how she learned to “Fake Fine” by the time she was ten. Her Father was suffering from mental illness.
We are reminded too that there is no grid for grief.
The author points I out that though not everyone will expire prosperity everyone will experience loss and grief.
We are reminded too that blaming God, or telling the grieve clichés is more hurtful than helpful.
We are reminded too that “Faking Fine” only hurt usus more than helps us.
We are reminded too that when we make vows out of fear they turn it lies.
Esther Fleece goes on to point out that sometimes the pain we are expecting is too deep for words.
We are reminded too that we need to have the courage to ask the hard questions.
I give No More Faking Fine five out of five stars: