I Cry for You, I Cry for Me is a memoir of author Wayne Tozier Seames's struggle since the loss of his cherished partner. It represents a compendium of his thoughts reflecting the overwhelming despair that has come into his life. Grieving the loss of a spouse or partner is a heartrending confrontation that must be undertaken by the surviving partner.
As a guide, I Cry for You, I Cry for Me seeks to help those suffering the agony of their loss. Seames explores the commonality of grief all survivors must confront and offers help in coping with the agony of such a profound lost.
Additionally, he has developed a plan of self-recovery in the face of the anguish that anyone who has lost a loved one must deal with after their loss. While he has begun to make the steps necessary to heal, there remain many more critical steps to be taken. For many months he has cried daily over the loss of his partner. The cries are not volumes of tears but tears of emotional distress-of the loss of the earthly presence of true love.