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Goodbye God, We're Going to Texas: A Search for Health and Happiness

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The story is of a woman of the World War II generation who lost a lover, struggled with career barriers against women, and who dealt with most of the major chronic diseases of our time.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published August 26th 2004 by Not Avail
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Wanda
Jun 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
In Goodbye God, We're Going to Texas John Frank Suddath chronicles his sister Mary Louise's life from early childhood through to her last days in a nursing home, isolated from her friends, family and memories by advanced Alzheimer's Disease. Each stage of the story has a health care focus; the move to Texas for treatment of her mother's tuberculosis, malnutrition during the Great Depression, Mary Louise's career in the medical field, and her eventual illness. The author supplements his narrative ...more
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I wrote this book so of course I think it's good.
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It took 40 years to write Neither Here Nor There that is a chronicle of my struggle to reconcile being gay and being a Christian. One reviewer described the book as brutally honest, which I interpreted to mean that I didn’t make any excuses or leave out any of the emotional crises that I faced in dealing with this struggle. I was neither here to be comfortable as gay because of my guilt nor there ...more