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And When The Bough Broke

Elise Normile

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ISBN 10: 1105352161 / ISBN 13: 9781105352164
Published by lulu.com, 2012
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Title: And When The Bough Broke

Publisher: lulu.com

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Hell began with the death of my son. His sudden and traumatic drowning exposed his father, brothers, and sisters to unspeakable trauma. I returned home to find ambulances and emergency vehicles filling the street. . . and so I ran out of the car, out of my shoes, out of my mind. I have been running ever since. Looking for answers, cures, relief from the most frightening emotional pain a mother can endure. This book compiles the raw, honest, and gripping journals I maintained as we fought to save ourselves. Grief and death were new to me and I was shocked and frightened by their power. As a teacher, I felt compelled to share my experiences, my fears, and my suffering so that others could understand. If you have lost someone you love, I offer you company. If you love someone who has lost, I offer you advice. If you think dying brings death, I bring you hope. Dying doesn't end life. Dying ends in life. . . a life eternal.This is my tale of holding hope, finding faith,and chasing Charlie.

About the Author:

Elise Normile is the mother of five and an elementary school teacher in Virginia Beach , Virginia. The author's gripping and raw tales of her first experience with death, grief, and tragedy capture the reader from the first entry, “Life Takes A Turn Towards Hell”. Elise Normile shares the suffering and pain she and her husband experienced after losing her youngest child, Charlie, who drowned at two and a half years old. The four surviving children including Charlie's twin sister, Lola, reflect a variety of complex needs and worries for their parents. They also show an inspiring amount of fight, love, and determination as they find themselves holding hope, finding faith, and chasing Charlie. The author shares her faith, her humor, and the power of family in these conversational journal entries. Elise resides with her husband, Jay, their daughter, Gaela, sons, James and Jack, Lola and Lola’s twin Charlie's precious memories in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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