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No Stone Unturned

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Confronted with the reality of her HIV-positive status, Rosemarie Stone also has to deal with husband Carl s illness and his rapid decline to death as a result of AIDS. She not only has to cope with the shock and feeling of betrayal but also with the guilt and shame as well as the stigma and discrimination that follows anyone living with the virus. In No Stone Unturned, ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published November 11th 2010 by Ian Randle Publishers
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Jan 24, 2016 Michelle rated it it was ok
This is a very personal book for the person writing it as it detailed a very life changing experience that happened to her. There are pros and cons for persons considering to read this book.

PROS - It details the shock, stress and emotional and physical challenges that go along with being diagnosed as being HIV positive. A very specific group is highlighted - wives whose husbands gave them the disease. I like the fact that the author was able to find similar women in her position so that differe
Jun 05, 2008 Renee rated it really liked it
Rosemarie Stone has written a very personal and honest account of what it was like for her to discover that her husband had contracted AIDS and passed it on to her. It tells of her grieving process of losing her husband to this horrible disease and the steps she took to prepare herself and her children for the lifetime battle of living with this disease. It also tells of the amazing transformation she went through from being angry to forgiving.

It should be read by wives, mothers,
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Love and marriage goes a far way when you are committed and forgiving.
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