By the time you get to a certain point in your life, you’ll have to endure loss. It might be losing a parent, a job or your hair. Sometimes it’s the loss of a spouse. In any of these cases, knowing you’re not alone can help to ease the pain.
Seattle writer Theo Pauline Nestor writes about the ups and downs of modern-day divorce in her new memoir, "How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed."
The title encapsulates what a friend of mine is going through now, so I read Nestor’s book with a mix of emotions. I was eager for insights that could help me help my friend, but I didn’t want to be a voyeur.
I needn’t have. Nestor is candid, but tender, too. In telling her side of the story, she respects that there are other perspectives. She keeps whining to a minimum, and her well-honed sense of the absurd helps to leaven the tale...
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