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Wow Truly an amazing book It brought me to tears and made be smile like an idiot, whilst being on an airplane I finished the book and I fell in love with it I think it was a great idea to do this, I feel like people got to fully express themselves and maybe let go some of that guilt they have been holding on to for so long It really moved me, and made me look at life a little bit differently I should appreciate everything that I have and make the best of it, spend each day like its my laWow Truly an amazing book It brought me to tears and made be smile like an idiot, whilst being on an airplane I finished the book and I fell in love with it I think it was a great idea to do this, I feel like people got to fully express themselves and maybe let go some of that guilt they have been holding on to for so long It really moved me, and made me look at life a little bit differently I should appreciate everything that I have and make the best of it, spend each day like its my last and be fully content I should hold on to the ones I care and love deeply, because you never know when it will be your last conversation and you don t want to leave it as something unpleasant that you might blame yourself or have guilt for the rest of your life I found this book when I visit my office library for the first time but decided to borrow it on my second visit there.This book consists of letters from various people around the writer Anyone can send the letter and anyone can write anything they want to anyone Even though the letter would not received by the person they intended but by putting it on the letter itself already made them feel better It feels like we actually had said it directly.Reading this book feels like the person exactly I found this book when I visit my office library for the first time but decided to borrow it on my second visit there.This book consists of letters from various people around the writer Anyone can send the letter and anyone can write anything they want to anyone Even though the letter would not received by the person they intended but by putting it on the letter itself already made them feel better It feels like we actually had said it directly.Reading this book feels like the person exactly telling the story to me, it feels like they are just like my friends who tell their story or problems if they have ones.Since mostly of the letters are about personal matters, I could feel the sincerity they put on their letters and I can t help laughing, smiling, and also crying by reading it.Some stories feel like my own stories, some reminded me of my past, some others are too hard to even imagine, and some others are like kesson that I should remember I decided to get this book after seeing a story about it on a television show Many of the letters were heartfelt and the entire concept of the book interesting Plus the letters about the dogs made me miss my dog even. This book and the story about it on CBS Sunday Morning have challenged me to tell my loved ones how I really feel and to live my life without regrets. 3.75 rating I saw this book on CBS Sunday Morning and thought I had to have it As the title implies, it s a compilation of messages from real people to the loved ones that they never were able to share It s really a book of stories about love, regret, compassion, gratitude, and sometimes even anger It is a quick little read that packs a powerful punch have tissues ready for many of the entires.I was intrigued that the author, Jackie Hooper, actually began this book as a blog 3.75 rating I saw this book on CBS Sunday Morning and thought I had to have it As the title implies, it s a compilation of messages from real people to the loved ones that they never were able to share It s really a book of stories about love, regret, compassion, gratitude, and sometimes even anger It is a quick little read that packs a powerful punch have tissues ready for many of the entires.I was intrigued that the author, Jackie Hooper, actually began this book as a blog where real people were and still are encouraged to write letters to loved ones I fall a littlein love with the book theI read the entries on the blog wouldhavesaid.com I enjoyed this a lot A short book, probably could ve read it in a day or two if I had the luxury of time Some really sweet letters I laughed at some and cried at others. This book is quite short and could be read in just a few hours I was expecting something different Although some of the letters are funny and uplifting, most are frankly depressing A lot of the letters are full of regret and sadness at things gone unsaid Hopefully writing the letter provided the writer with some sense of closure or relief, and maybe this book will inspire people to write their own letters, or better yet, talk to their loved ones before it s too late I received a free copy t This book is quite short and could be read in just a few hours I was expecting something different Although some of the letters are funny and uplifting, most are frankly depressing A lot of the letters are full of regret and sadness at things gone unsaid Hopefully writing the letter provided the writer with some sense of closure or relief, and maybe this book will inspire people to write their own letters, or better yet, talk to their loved ones before it s too late I received a free copy through the first reads program *DOWNLOAD PDF ☚ The Things You Would Have Said: The Chance to Say What You Always Wanted Them to Know ☔ A collection of extraordinary letters expressing the joys, sorrows, and surprises of ordinary livesWe ve all missed the chance to say something important Friends fall out of touch, loved ones pass away, or sometimes the courage required is simply lacking and thank yous, regrets, feelings, and secrets are left unshared In , Jackie Hooper came up with a way to help people recapture a moment that had once passed them by she began asking them to write lettersBased on the popular blog The Things You Would Have Said,, this extraordinary collection of letters brings together the moving, surprising, and inspiring stories of ordinary people By turns heartwarming, funny, sad, and wise, the letters showcase a remarkable range of voices and subjects From the indignant young boy urging his bully to become a better man, to the woman apologizing to the girl she picked on in high school, to a man thanking the woman who protected his family from Nazis, the letters bring together an outpouring of emotion that is as compelling as it is cathartic I received this book as a giveaway and started reading it immediately after I picked it up at the post office I was intrigued by the concept of the project and couldn t put it down Reading the letters of people expressing the things they wished they had said encouraged me to think about words unspoken that I wished I had said Thinking about that warped into the notion that living in the present and telling the people you love is important I thoroughly enjoyed this book. At a 191 pages this is a fast read It is by turns, poignant, very sad funny and engrossing Writing a letter to the departed by death or otherwise is often recommended for healing purposes This book made that dynamic clearer for me and also gave me insights into the human condition To me this always makes for a good read.