I would listen to this book again to take notes the second time around to use in my lecture notes while I'm teaching.
I thought I knew a lot about women's history, but I learned SO much from this book.
Tone, cleverness, pacing.
No- too dense- too intense- had to process the content-
Gail Collins is my new hero (or should I say heroine ;)
I have a more clear understanding of my partner's military and war experiences. I learned so much about the total picture of what war does to people and their family members.
When one of the characters (don't want to spoil it for another listener)continued to grow and did not give up on her goal of pursing higher education.
Desma- I want to thank her for sharing her story.
That the National Guard is under appreciated big time in our country. As Americans we owe them a huge debt.Grateful that therapists can make such a huge difference in the lives of veterans.
Should be required reading for anyone who loves a veteran. This book was life changing for me in my understanding of my partner's war experiences.Proud to be a Hoosier.
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