But how she wished that "people would stop telling me what to do… I couldn’t be them and they could not fix me."
Dupuis inherited from her mother a gift for writing. At the end of this short memoir, she indicates there will be no more books, unless she tries fiction. With her soft yet passionate voice, Dupuis could become a storyteller of note. We look forward to seeing the author’s name on the cover of a second book.
—The U.S. Review of Books
It is the hope of the author that those reading this book will find solace in the fact that one can move on, after enduring tragedy. It takes time, but continue to put one foot in front of the other, be daring, try new things, explore and experiment. Try new things you may never have even thought imagineable in your life prior. You will start to go to bed each night, looking forward to what the next day brings and a reminder that you are still here on this earth and very much alive and ready to contribute. You are the only one who can choose your next steps. Little did I know I would ever be put in the moment of having to do just that, but once challenged, the opportunities are endless. It is up to you!