Grieving: The First Three Months takes us on a journey into the grieving process. A critical journey that all will take when they lose a loved one.
The journey is not easy but can be made in a way that at some point a light of hope paves the way.
Ms. Roy's book can help light that way as she shares her own first three months after suddenly losing a spouse after thirty-three years of marriage.
Author Marie Roy's husband's sudden unexpected death changed her life in an instant from "normal" to anything but "normal."
Ms. Roy shares emails sent to and from family and friends during the first three months after her husband's passing. These emails helped her by providing the support bereaved persons may seek and need especially during the initial crucial first stages of grief and loss.
Ms. Roy shares her journey during this extremely painful time providing suggestions on what to expect and how one might get through an excruciatingly painful period, especially if there is guilt as Ms Roy experienced along with the overwhelming fog of grief.
After reading Ms. Roy's book one may come to realize that hope still lies ahead and out from the darkness of despair a light will begin to shine ahead as the bereaved works toward surviving the grief and processing the pain.
Available at the following online publishers:
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