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Part 3 of “Big Girls Do Cry” Video Series

Final segment of three part series:

The final tears and truth.  It was about love.  It is about love.

April opens up about what fans as well as the media have said about her new book “Big Girls Do Cry.” She shares her motive as well as answers common questions she has gotten since the book release.

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April Kirkwood

April Kirkwood LPC holds two masters and is presently working in the mental health focussing on both women's issues as well as addiction. Her desire is to help others take the present, healing the past, and creating a wonderful tomorrow. Focus: child trauma, holistic methodology, sexual molestation and harassment.

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  1. Irma Fannin says:

    I bought and read your book. Why would you write something that happened at least forty years ago? As you must realize people change. Things we experience compel us to change and grow up! Why are you still locked in on something that you admit you initiated most of the time. Surely, as resourceful as you are to be able to obtain his email address, you had to know that he was happily married with a family. Yes, happily men cheat too. Something that feeds their egos. So you were young when you started sleeping with him. Lots of groupies are young too! I understand that after your book came out you tried to hand deliver it to either him or one of his musicians and you were turned down. Please don’t embarrass yourself any further, give it up. The ploy did not work. Sorry you’ve had a hard time.

    1. April Kirkwood says:

      Hi Irma:

      Oh the crazy things people do growing and changing. I think the basis of the story is that through my dysfunctional childhood I got stuck on investing time on a fantasy as a form of escape. That one time coping skill became a negative and I didn’t catch it until many years later. I also admit, I believe I wanted him and all men to be aware of how they can affect a woman without realizing or meaning to. It would have been lovely to just receive some kind of apology or acknowledgment for the pain of my inner child’s wound. I think it would have been an excellent closure and air to breathe with no one’s anger or resentment resting behind as I would have liked to explain the book was not about him but more about the process many women and men experience. It is a tool for dialogue and self-exploration. I have received hundreds of emails, calls, and meetings from women who also have some type of a Frankie in their lives. Let us all heal and move forward. Much love and light, April of Course

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