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What Doesn't Kill You is the story of how Thomasina Hodges, a.k.a. Tee, loses her job and finds herself. Tee's evolution after her sudden and unexpected outplacement, is loosely based on the stages of grief - denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance, relinquishing, readjusting, and reinvesting.

For Tee, losing her job is like a death, but with time, and some bumps, bruises and a new attitude, she comes out on the other side, having reassessed what's important in her life, and discovering important things about herself.

©2009 Virginia DeBerry & Donna Grant; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • 08-27-17

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I have read every single book and I need more! Please continue to write and publish these wonderful stories that make me forget to do my work because I'm totally immersed in your worlds.

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  • Gloria
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  • 02-23-16

Roller coaster ride

This story details the ups and downs of life in a manner so close to reality that you really feel that you know the main character personally.
It's a reminder that life can change in a whisper.