Your grief is unique and so is this book.You are not losing your mind, you are not alone, and there is hope. If you feel overwhelmed and lost while struggling through the painful aftermath of death, this easy-to-read and understand book was written for you. It contains short shared anecdotes of encouragement, support, and useful information from everyday people who have experienced the minute by minute, day by day struggle death creates. An alphabetic index guides you to topics and shows that grief runs the gamut from A-Z. After a death, the brain needs understandable language, with short words and phrases, preferably in point form. There are lines at the end of each letter, for your personal thoughts and emotions.When platitudes don't help, the words in this book will.
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About the Author
Margaret Fraser-Thibault has spent most of her adult life reaching out to help those who are grieving. She is well trained in the world of grief and trauma. She was born in 1952 in the small town of Sexsmith, AB and in 1975 as a new wife, moved to the small town of Mayerthorpe, AB. Her career travels took her through the offices of a bank, gas plant, and government. She was a journalist for 15 years, before becoming the first coordinator of Mayerthorpe (later Highway 43) Victims' Services with the RCMP. She gathered experience and wisdom from the hundreds of overwhelmed people who looked to her for support, hope, and a non-judgmental listener in their time of grief. That is why she chose to share information from her heart and soul. She and her husband Frank raised a son and a daughter, which is her favorite and proudest career, and she now dotes on three grandsons. She said she wrote "I'M OK UNTIL I'M NOT OK - Grief From A-Z" as the book she needed but couldn't find when her husband was killed in a freak accident in 2019. It is from her healing heart and life to yours.