When you live in a Norman Rockwell painting married eighteen years, three kids, beautiful old house in the country, successful career as a writer you don’t expect there’s another side to the canvas.
Until you read a lovesick email to your husband …that didn’t come from you. In words and pictures, Cindy Copeland, an established writer on family issues, chronicles the deep pain, confusion, awkwardness and breakthroughs she experiences in the “new normal” as a wife who’s been deceived, a mom who’s now single, a dating divorcee and a woman who’s on her own figuring out what she truly wants out of life. Copeland tells her story with the kind of emotional candor and spot on humor that makes Good Riddance poignant, painful and hilarious all at once.
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