Don’t miss reading this book.
“I had”, Paul wrote, “traversed the five stages of grief – the “Denial → Anger → Bargaining → Depression → Acceptance” cliché – but I had done it all backward…….And now finally, may be, I had arrived at Denial. Maybe total denial.”
But not really. That denial was not final. He learnt acceptance and died, looking death in the face, leaving behind his loving wife Lucy and eight month old daughter Cady.
Lucy writes in the epilogue, “I expected to feel only empty and heartbroken after Paul died. It never occurred to me that you could love someone the same way after he was gone.”