Friend Grief and 9/11
“Families only.” Those who were killed on September 11, 2001 left behind more than family members. They left thousands of friends who are often forgotten and ignored: co-workers, first responders, neighbors and survivors who struggle to find a way to grieve the friends killed when the World Trade Center towers fell. In "Friend Grief and 9/11: The Forgotten Mourners" you’ll learn how they adjust to life without their friends and find ways to honor those they lost on a clear, blue Tuesday.
"Friend Grief and 9/11 is a compelling testimony to the survivors and to the families and especially friends, who lost loved ones in this horrific event. Although it was painful to read at times because it evoked sad memories about that tragedy, it is so important that the author documented the raw emotions of the survivors and acknowledged the heartache of friends. Friend Grief and 9/11: The Forgotten Mourners was thoroughly researched and powerfully rendered. Bravo!" - Pat McKinzie, author of Home Sweet Hardwood