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Boys, Dogs and Chaos

Genres: Nonfiction

At times poignant, at times funny, always touching…this wide ranging essay collection delves deep into the beautiful chaos that is life with children. Boys, Dogs and Chaos is a must-read for any parent who craves the comforting realization that you are not alone. From the heartrending opening essay, “Forgiving Myself,” to the bittersweet closing letter, “Dear Young Mom,” a vast array of topics are observed through the lens of motherhood. Stephanie Kepke muses on everything from banishing her inner Superwoman to aging gracefully to the writer’s life. She tackles the often arduous task of parenting a child with mental illness and reveals how watching her son battle an eating disorder feels like the worst possible karma. She shares the life lessons to be learned from ice hockey; how to stay hopeful when dealing with ongoing health scares and so much more. This book is a nearly decade-long journey—a winding, joyous, sometimes painful, but always worth it—journey, just like life. (scroll down)  

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