[The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB



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    [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB Read The Dead Moms Club This book wasn't what I expected I wanted it to go deep but instead it read like an extremely privileged girl's life experiences with passages like 'You know those asshole kids who have Christmas presents stacked so high they touch the top of the tree? That's us' or 'I grew up spending summers on a tiny lake in New Hampshire which was as idyllic as it sounds' About how her mother bought her everything she couldn't afford 'just b

  2. says: characters É PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Kate Spencer [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary

    Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary characters É PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Kate Spencer Read The Dead Moms Club You have one long messy weird beautiful life People come in and out of it live and die and affect us in enormous and not so enormous ways Your mom's death is now a piece of you a new dent on the side of the strange misshapen thing that is your lifeAs a member of the Dead Moms Club for the past seven years I unfortunately relate to e

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    [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary Read The Dead Moms Club A warning to potential readers don’t start this book unless you have time to finish it in one or two sittings It’s that good Spencer writes in an engaging self deprecating and chatty style about a topic that most of us will experience in

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    Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary characters É PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Kate Spencer Read The Dead Moms Club Let's start off with why I'm here I'm a part of this club I never would've thought to order this book online if I wasn't And I'm glad I did My rating for this book is based on how much it helped me — and it helped me hence the full rating I would read this book again I was sad I finished it tonight because I felt like I was saying goodbye to a friend I latched myself ontoA lovely member of Oh No They Didn't recommended

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    [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary Read The Dead Moms Club Unfortunately I am a new member in this club and I ordered Kate's book to try to find some ideas about dealing with my grief Because the situations were very different parts of the book didn't resonate with me but there we

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    characters É PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Kate Spencer [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary First of all this is the worst club ever and I would like to leave That said I did appreciate this book especially after having a few years to adjust to my membership My instinct when reading was to compare everything about the author's situation to mine We were about the same age our moms were about the same age and we're both from Massachusetts just a decade apart After that point I didn't find much in common with th

  7. says: Read The Dead Moms Club [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary

    Read The Dead Moms Club Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary characters É PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Kate Spencer I've always thought it so interesting and peculiar that eventually every human will experience loss and grief yet it is such a uniue and personal experience And again people read nonfiction and memoirs about how to deal with loss yet one person's coping mechanisms may be the exact opposite of what you needWhich brings m

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    [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary Read The Dead Moms Club I’m thankfully not a member of the Dead Moms Club but this book reduced me to a puddle of tears Kate lays out the good bad and ugly parts of herself and her grief in a very real relatable way I found her tips on how to support those who are grieving or dealing with illness to be particularly helpful Especially when it comes to what NOT to d

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    characters É PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Kate Spencer Kate Spencer ↠ 5 Summary [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB This book took me a long time to read Not because I didn’t enjoy it but because it was hard I picked it up less than a month after losing my mom Kate talks about grief in a lighthearted way that makes it all seem a little less scary She holds

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    [The Dead Moms Club] EBOOK/EPUB To be totally honest I know Kate IRL brag and read an early draft of this book double brag so you can take this review with NO grains of salt be

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A book that is written in a weepy ashion Whether you are part of the club or not it s a book that will make you smile and

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s ALWAYS A GOOD TO DO a good thing to do ve always thought it so interesting and peculiar that eventually every human will experience loss and grief yet it is such a uniue and personal experience And again people read nonfiction and memoirs about how to deal with loss yet one person s coping mechanisms may be the exact opposite of what you needWhich brings me to this book I am a part of this club and my experience has been so very different than the author s Which obviously is normal But I was still interested in reading and learning and relating to this book But that didn t happen There was a lot of humor which I liked except a lot of the jokes weren t actually unny They were suuuuuper STFU, Parents: The Jaw-Dropping, Self-Indulgent, and Occasionally Rage-Inducing World of Parent Overshare forced And I didn t connect to it emotionally at all Maybe because of the way it s written or because she had an annoyingly privileged attitude but I just couldn t It had some great uotes and moments but overall I expected to like it a lot than I did This book took me a long time to read Not because I didn t enjoy it but because it was hard I picked it up less than a month after losing my mom Kate talks about grief in a lighthearted way that makes it all seem a little less scary She holds your hand and walks you through her experience of losing her mom She was only aew years older than I was when she lost her mom to cancer so a lot of it was very relatable and helpful I m sure it s a book I ll pick up again in a ew years when I need a little reassurance. Nced grief of this magnitude will be comforted and consoled Spencer even concludes each chapter with a cheeky but useful tip or readers like the It's None of Your Business Card to copy and hand out to nosy strangers asking about your passed loved Her s inances clearing out her things or coming to grips in less than ideal conditions say if they don t have a spouse than ideal conditions say if they don t have a spouse handle the millions of details probate court insurance benefits unpaid bills death certificates etc Of course I eel awful or anyone who court insurance benefits unpaid bills death certificates etc Of course I eel awful What a Lass Wants for anyone who lost their mom but I hope the author realizes that her example is one where the absolute BEST of conditions are in place and thator many people the road is not paved in gold and what s left behind is an intricate course of obstacles with a million enormous decisions that land on your shoulders unsupported by unlimited cash and a large group of loving people Or anyone A warning to potential readers don t start this book unless you have time to inish it in one or two sittings It s that good Spencer writes in an engaging self deprecating and chatty style about a topic that most of us will experience in our lives and her observations are heart elt and true You never get over your mother s death nor does your mother ever leave you Learning to live with the tension between those two realities is what it s all about Unfortunately I am a new member in this club and I ordered Kate s book to try to ind am a new member in this club and I ordered Kate s book to try to ind ideas about dealing with my grief Because the situations were very different parts of the book didn t resonate with me but there were other parts that were very meaningfulThe author has divided the book into different sections example Breaking the News Holidays Being Motherless and at the end of each section she has ideas of how to handle certain situations The book is written with humor and isn Ont look at what it means to go through gruesome grief and come out on the other sideAn empathetic read The Dead Moms Club covers how losing her mother changed nearly everything in her life both men and women readers who have lost parents or experie. This book wasn t what I expected I wanted it to go deep but instead it read like an extremely privileged girl s life experiences with passages like You know those asshole kids who have Christmas presents stacked so high they touch the top of the tree That s us or I grew up spending summers on a tiny lake in New Hampshire which was as idyllic as it sounds About how her mother bought her everything she couldn t afford just because She talks about grieving in yoga classes Trader Joe s the dog groomer s and Weight Watchers which she joined even though she made sure to point out she didn t actually need to lose weight lest you think she was there need to lose weight lest you think she was there that reason She advocates traveling to the Caribbean The League for the Suppression of Celery for the holidays as a solution to having toace them sans her mother trips bankrolled
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her ather where heated break out about whether or not to wait to eat at the Lobster Shack and this kind of argument is analysed as part of real grief She talks about having to tell people her mother had died and complains when people bring it up wouldn t it be insulting if they didn t There are ew moments of real or depthand even though I realize that some people do "live this kind of a life and if you do chances are high you ll love this " this kind of a life and if you do chances are high you ll love this If you re all about khakis and boat shoes designer clothes and the Dave Matthews band this book is your jam I however elt there was ar too much back handed bragging which may be unintentional she may not realize her privilege or advice or the average person middle class and below who had to deal with say your deceased mot. Kate Spencer lost her mom to cancer when she was 27 In The Dead Moms Club she walks readers through her experience of stumbling through grief and loss and helps them to get through it too This isn't a weepy sentimental story but rather a The Day Fidel Died frank upr. The Dead Moms Club