In 2008, the publicity woman and writer Cris Guerra released the book "Para Francisco" (For Francisco), in which she introduces her son, the father he did not know (Guilherme died at the end of Cris's pregnancy). In this unpublished article she tells about her experience with birth and the grieving process at the same time.
We are talking about daily goodbyes, small deaths and farewells. This way, the journalist and writer, Jorge Tarquini, describes his journey with his father, a victim of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, for the eight years he lived with these degenerative diseases. In this opened and brave testimony he speaks of pain, love, funny moments but also of the guilt that society imposes on families who have their rights to continue to live, laugh and be happy, denied