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02 Jan 09 #75884 by NellNoRegrets
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Just Me is new book by Sheila Hancock, which I've just finished reading.

Although its not about divorce, it struck a chord with me. It was about her efforts to rebuild her life after being widowed, and includes her journey of self-discovery through her travels, tracing her family history and confronting her prejudices.

It shows that women can not only survive on their own but thrive on their own too. Uplifting, but it does discuss grief and there's some sad passages on victims of war too.

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