Winner - 2021 Next Generation Independent Book Awards, Memoir (Personal Struggle/Health Issues);
Honorable Mention - 2021 Reader's Favorite, Non-fiction/Memoir

 

Rachel thinks of herself as a nice Jewish girl, dedicated to doing what’s honorable. But when her husband, David, survives a plane crash and is left with severe brain damage, she faces a choice: will she dedicate her life to caring for a man she no longer loves, or walk away?

 

“an engaging exploration of duty, guilt, and self-preservation....A clear-eyed consideration of difficult ethical and familial choices.” —Kirkus Reviews

Crash: How I Became a Reluctant Caregiver

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  • ISBN

    978-1647420321

  • U.S. PUBLICATION DATE

    04/27/2021

  • PUBLISHER

    She Writes Press

  • CONTRIBUTOR(S)

    Rachel Michelberg (author)

  • # OF PAGES

    216

  • # OF COPIES SOLD

    800

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