Former Washington Post columnist Donna Britt's memoir presents an honest and thoughtful look at a life spent giving to others. In 1977, Britt lost one of her brothers in a senseless police shooting. Plagued by her grief, she spent the next three decades putting her own needs aside to care for the men in her life. "[A] gutsy memoir . Britt writes eloquently of a woman's sense of anguish and ambiguity in giving herself so completely."-Publishers Weekly
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