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“See, there he is with his freckled face, his tall thin body, his lopsided grin and goofy humor. There he is, big-hearted and gentle, standing in the doorway with his hands in his pockets, calling the dog ‘Butthead’.”
When nothing is familiar anymore, the stakes for truth-telling are raised.
When Ginger Graziano took her son and daughter and left her marriage, she had no job and no plan. She only knew she was dying inside. She persevered, recovered from a mental breakdown, and learned to confront challenges and to fight. Still, she was not prepared for what she faced later when her teenaged son was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor. During his illness and after his death, Graziano followed the urgings of her heart and turned to art and the natural world to save her sanity and to heal the wounds of both past and present. Her creativity saved her and nature demonstrated that even after great destruction, new life arises.
Readers of this compelling memoir will understand how from disaster and despair the possibilities for true self-recognition are created and we can learn to thrive.