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Now nothing could stop it…her mom was going to die. Keilman gives an honest and endearing account of her life’s path through the dying process. It is sad, funny, real…a story you can truly relate to. Woven with the threads of emotional despair and eventual triumph, Keilman’s ability to share her experiences will keep you reading. As she ventures through her own emotional junkyard, she stumbles across some enlightening and empowering life lessons – the ones which would help her overcome her grief. Based on a true story, my mom died and I’m okay touches the heart. Although it deals with end-stage cancer, the concepts apply to many illnesses. It makes the heavy soul lighter; it gives the outsider a better understanding; it is a great read for those touched by the dying process, whether up close or at a distance.