My Mom Is Dying - Should I Be Sad?

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Narrated by: Levi Freud
Length: 29 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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This book is about the dilemma of forgiveness I had to face when my 86-year-old mom lay on her death bed. How to forgive or not forgive a family member that's dying. My real-life short story of what I chose to do. Let me give you a hint. It has something to do with relief.

©2018 Levi Freud (P)2018 Levi Freud

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Maybe you felt it but never said it

This book gives an honest look at a mans view of dealing with his dying abusive mother. He says what no one else wants to hear him say. The honesty floors the conventional mind. All should- s are out the window. Short but to the point. A Good Read and thought provoking. Let's just say it like we really mean it.

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I Could not Finish Listening

This book is a 29 minute rant of anger. The author repeats the story over and over and over. I made it through 14 minutes of the book and then had to turn it off. The writing style is boring and there is little imagination.

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AN HONEST TALE

I LOVED THE BOOK. WE ALL HAVE HAD SOMEONE IN OUR LIFE LIKE THIS.'' SAME,SAME, BUT DIFFERENT''
IT WAS INTERESTING TO SEE HOW THIS SON FOUND PEACE AND IN THE END RELIEF .