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The author is often overcome by grief, not only for John, but “for our youth, for our love, for our happiness.” Widowhood is not the only identity change that Rehm has faced.

She wonders who she will be once she retires and how, beginning her eighth decade, she can continue as “a fully engaged human being.” The prose reads like journal entries or letters to readers, punctuated by sometimes-trite remarks: “Death is the ultimate finality,” she writes.

Rehm was beset by guilt, worrying that she should have given up her career to care for John during the final year of his life.

As she looks back at their sometimes-rocky marriage, she blames herself for not being passive or submissive enough to please a man who wanted to dominate.

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  1. ON MY OWN by Diane Rehm. “For fifty-four years I have been a wife,” Rehm writes in a memoir more notable for candor than artfulness. “Now I am. Pub Date Feb. 2nd, 2016. ISBN 978-1-101-87528-5. Page count 128pp. Publisher Knopf. Review Posted Online Nov. 24th, 2015. Kirkus Reviews Issue Dec. 15th, 2015.

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