Even though it is sometimes difficult to talk about my parents’ deaths and what that did to my family, I do enjoy these sessions. It gets people thinking in broader terms about violent death/violent loss, traumatic grief, and post-traumatic stress, and the debilitating impact that can have individuals, families and society at large.
I blogged about this last fall. If you haven’t read the blog, here’s a link: Society’s Challenge: Survivors of Violent Loss.
If you are a member of book club, I would be honored to have Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss selected. If you’d like me to attend a book club meeting, I am willing to do so, within reason travel-wise. Or maybe we could connect via Skype.
And thank you, Amazon, for suggesting today Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss to book lovers.