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  1. says:

    Kelly I cried I laughed I met you years ago you wouldn’t remember but I do While listening to you read your book I felt drained of speech what else is there to say other than you filled my heart profoundly with laughter sadness and love At times I hated that I loved your book as much as I did‘It hurt’ but

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    What a beautiful poignant and moving book Reading this book is like sitting down with a good friend and chatting over lunch She’s the friend who can say what's in your heart but expresses it so much better She conveys these 12 phra

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    I had never heard of Kelly Corrigan But I was encouraged to read this book of personal essays when I saw GR fri

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    ” Hold me nowIt's hard for me to say I'm sorryI just want you to knowHold me nowI really want to tell you I'm sorryI could never let you go“After all that we've been throughI will make it up to youI promise toAnd after all that's been said and doneYou're just the part of me I can't let go” Hard to Say I’m SorryChicago Song

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    Reality always comes dressed in a point of view try as we might to lay it bare From the Author’s NoteThis was my introduction to K

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    The subtitle of this book is “Stories about the 12 Hardest Things I’m Learning to Say” and her chapter headings are t

  7. says:

    Sometimes there just aren’t enough stars

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    All of Kelly Corrigan’s books have been winnersHere is another oneRead this book alone just for the chapter “Onward” What a beautiful tribute to an incredible friend My heart shattered and then piece by pi

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    Other reviewers have described this book as being like a conversation with a friend Yes But it's that friend who dominates the conver

  10. says:

    I tried to like it but it just smacks of self absorbed middle aged white lady Meh

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It’s a crazy idea trying to name the phrases that make love and connection possible But that’s just what Kelly Corrigan has set out to do here In her New York Times bestselling memoirs Corrigan distilled our core relationships to their essences showcasing a warm easy storytelling style Now in Tell Me More she’s back with a deeply personal unfailingly honest and often hilarious examination of the essential phrases that turn the wheel of lifeIn “I Don’t. I had never heard of Kelly Corrigan But I was encouraged to read this book of personal essays when I saw GR friend JanB s lovely review that described reading Tell Me More as sitting down to talk with a close friend At the core of the each chapter is Corrigan s grief over the recent loss of her father and a close friend But throughout the book there are many anecdotes and lots of relatable self reflections about being a parent a partner a daughter a sibling and a friend In an understated way Corrigan dwells on what it means to strive for a good life or a good enough life Corrigan doesn t offer any trite answers which is precisely what makes her seem very human or like someone you would want as a friend It s short but well worth reading Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for an opportunity to read an advance copy

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Tell Me More Stories about the 12 Hardest Things I'm Learning to Say

Know” Corrigan wrestles to make peace with uncertainty whether it’s over invitations that never came or a friend’s agonizing infertility In “No” she admires her mother’s ability to set boundaries and her liberating willingness to be unpopular In “Tell Me More” a facialist named Tish teaches her something important about listening And in “I Was Wrong” she comes clean about her disastrous role in a family fight and explains why saying sorry may. Hold me nowIt s hard for me to say I m sorryI just want you to knowHold me nowI really want to tell you I m sorryI could never let you go After all that we ve been throughI will make it up to youI promise toAnd after all that s been said and doneYou re just the part of me I can t let go Hard to Say I m SorryChicago Songwriters David Foster Peter CeteraTwelve essays based on twelve phrases that we use to connect with others to share our thoughts and feelings to recognize the thoughts and feelings of others It s Like This Tell Me More I Don t Know I Know No Yes I Was Wrong Good Enough I Love You No Words at All Onward This Is ItI haven t read anything by Kelly Corrigan before I d forgotten I d even seen her name before reading about this book but this was a book that a few of my Goodreads friends had rated highly and had written reviews that spoke to me And so I checked my library got on the waiting list figuring it would be months before I ever had an opportunity to read this and then yesterday saw that this and another book I d added to my wait list were available for me I began reading Tell Me More this morning and was completely pulled into this reflection on life on personal emotional pain on love and on the things we say to those we love in anger or out of our own pain In the beginning essay It s Like This Corrigan relays what started out as an average day before anyone was awake anyway a morning sixty eights days after the death of her father with two daughters in the midst of puberty fighting over a tee shirt A little thing that turns into a much bigger event This forgetting this slide into smallness this irritability and shame this disorienting grief It s like this Minds don t rest they reel and wander and fixate and roll back and reconsider because it s like this having a mind Hearts don t idle they swell and constrict and break and forgive and behold because it s like this having a heart Lives don t last they thrill and confound and circle and overflow and disappear because it s like this having a lifeThese felt so real these feelings she shared it was so easy to slip into her thoughts her life and even though her personal battles may not be the same as mine her sharing these honest and personal stories of her life made this feel like a series of personal talks or perhaps even letters or emails from a close personal friend than from a woman I ve never met I Love You had me reaching for tissues but it was Onward that took my breath away Still there isn t one of these that I would recommend anyone skip over they are all worth reading and each is heartfelt and personal and also feels very real Many thanks to the Public Library system and the many Librarians that manage organize and keep it running for the loan of this book

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Not be enough With refreshing candor a deep well of empathy and her signature desire to understand “the thing behind the thing” Corrigan swings between meditations on life with a preoccupied husband and two mercurial teenage daughters to profound observations on love and lossWith the streetwise ever relatable voice that defines Corrigan’s work Tell Me More is a moving and meaningful take on the power of the right words at the right moment to change everythi. All of Kelly Corrigan s books have been winnersHere is another oneRead this book alone just for the chapter Onward What a beautiful tribute to an incredible friend My heart shattered and then piece by piece was put back together Both better and worse for the wearAnd the No chapter because who doesn t need remindingAnd of course I fully intend to make my own Things I Will Always Say Yes To list starting with H agen Dazs Deep Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream naturally I fear my list may be overrun by food But still this book Each and every word is important What s frustrating is that I know I will forget them and have to fumble through life with my imperfect choices learning all these truths for myself Accepting things as they are is difficult A lot of people go to war with reality