No More Goodbyes: Circling the Wagons Around Our Gay Loved Ones

No More Goodbyes: Circling the Wagons Around Our Gay Loved Ones Review

This book revisits the challenging subject of religious people relating to their gay loved ones who are often condemned by their church and --many believe--by God. The choices are crucial. The stories are tragic and triumphant. This book could not be...

Title:No More Goodbyes: Circling the Wagons Around Our Gay Loved Ones
Edition Language:English

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  • This was a difficult read; not for the faint-hearted. Unlike Pearson’s heart-wrenching Goodbye, I Love You written 18 years ago about her marriage to her gay husband, this book seems to be a call f...

  • I wish every member of the LDS church would read this book. It's a painful read, but I like to think it could help us think about, talk about, and talk TO our gay brothers and sisters in a kinder, mor...

  • Today I went to Stake Conference and thought for the first time in my life about what an LDS meeting sounds like to a gay member of the church. I heard my stake president talk about the immorality of ...

  • This was a hard book for me to read. I first heard of this book a few years ago and at the time, its existence upset me. At the time I didn't want to believe that there was anyone trying to reconcile ...

  • 3.5 but I'm rounding up. I have never read the book she refers to - "Goodbye, I Love You" but this was a pretty excellent book highlighting how difficult it is to be gay when raised in a religious env...

  • I said, "Mary, tell me something. Why do you have that picture from The Wizard of Oz on your wall?" Mary chuckled at my question. "Oh, that's my favorite movie. I saw it the first time when I was fiv...

  • I don't think I would have read this book if it wasn't the book for my next book club. The reason we chose this book (it's a group of LDS women in the book club) is that one of the woman, who is hosti...

  • This book was very moving. I'm having a hard time putting in to words what I felt and thought, as there were many emotions flowing:Anger with the prejudice, judgment, exclusion and hate exuded by indi...

  • This is a book aimed at a specific audience - Gay Mormons that are out, and closeted, and their Mormon families and friends affected by homophobia brought on by misguided Mormon teachings that institu...

  • There is much we can do to increase our love and understanding for our gay family and friends. Carol Lynn Pearson, as always, is a voice of compassion on the matter. This book is especially helpful fo...