Loss knows no boundaries. It arrives on our doorsteps all gussied up in the cruelest of fashions. A person we cherish dies. Someone we love falls terminally ill. Another is snatched away by dementia. "The presence of that absence is everywhere," said Edna St. Vincent Millay. Amazingly, it is precisely through these experiences that our hearts may feel buoyed by an unexpected embrace of grace.
|Publisher:||Emerald Book Company|
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|File size:||198 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
A former President/Creative Director of an award-winning advertising agency, Groft, now a personal essayist, also uses her communications skills listening to the dying and those they leave behind, volunteering with hospice patients and facilitating writing workshops for the bereaved. She holds an MFA in Writing from Vermont College and is the author of a memoir, Riding the Dog: My Father's Journey Home.