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    Inspiring and a Definite Page Turner.

    You unfortunately rob yourself if you read "No Tears For My Father" and not this sequel "Learning to Love Myself.". When I finished "No Tears For My Father", I couldn't imagine how Viga would escape the hold which her father had on her, and if she did, what would her life look like following such trauma and demoralization. She does assert herself to leave and be with the love of her life, John, her husband. In spite of the fact that her father cuts her out of his life, and eventuallly worms his way back in with his toxic mannerism, Viga is unrelenting in her quest to live life on her own terms. What this means for her is what makes this memoir such a powerful read. In her down-to-earth manner. she bares her soul to the reader. She is not intimidated by a less than perfect world and continually metamorphisizes to accommodate her quest to love and accept herself, a privilege denied her by her father. A truly strong and inspirational woman.
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