REVIEWS for "I Have No Intention of Saying Good-bye"
"As a father who has lost a child, I know about the journey through grief. Sandy Fox has written a wonderful book about the way we heal. This is must reading for anyone who has lost a child, for therapists for for anyone guiding others theough the pain of healing." Stephen J. Cannell, TV writer, best selling author and bereaved parent
" Sandy has taken a personal tragedy and turned it into not just a life changing experience but one filled with memory, hope and positive behavior." Molly Martin, reviewer for Author's Den
" Sandy has written a very emotional, yet educational book, on coping skills for families and friends after a child's death, one of the most devastating events to occur in our lives. The stories throughout this book were excellent in that finally parents could talk about what they need in time of a loss. Every chapter brings more knowledge and makes readers really look at how one reacts when a child dies. Read it, mark it up and share it with others."
Carol Hoyer, Phd, for Reader Views
"My 4-year-old son drowned while visiting at his father's house January 2009. Nothing could prepare me for the devastation, confusion, sorrow and pain that I felt. Your writings give me direction, hope and compassion. I don't feel so alone when reading them." Alison Starbuck, bereaved mother
REVIEWS for "Creating a New Normal...After the Death of a Child."
"I have learned that there are lots of ideas of things I can do to help ease the pain and loneliness. I know that I will never get over it and that my tears of pain and loss are OK to shed and I never need to apologize for it. Nothing will ever completely alleviate the devastating sense of loss, sadness and loneliness when I hear her favorite song or remember a treasured memory or special day. This book will be a treasured reference for years to come and it is one which I will recomment to others who have suffered the loss of a precious child." Pat J., bereaved mother
"Of all the books he read after he lost his son, this is the book that my husband found to be the most helpful." D.A. Bull
" I'm sure you have touched more lives than you can imagine. As I read you book, I realized how you are helping others by making the world a better place for those in need of support. Each of us has the responsibility to heal the world, one person at a time. You are truly a special person to do what you do." Gayle Feldman
"Although I have never lost a child myself but know friends and family who have, I never know what the right or wrong things to say or do, which is what initially brought me to read Sandy's book, hoping for some guidance. I learne dappropriate and inappropriate responses to bereaved parents;something that I had constantly feared in conversations. The book is filled with priceless wisdom that anyone would find helpful and useful." Jill Garcia
(These are just a few of the comments I have received.)