Susan J. Gross lost her husband in 2003 after a forty-one year marriage. But their real story began in 1957 when at 14 and 16 they met by chance at a Saturday night teenage dance and a lifetime of love and living began.
Nothing prepares you for widowhood. Not a rough childhood, divorced parents, a mother with health and financial stress, or raising a child with special needs. Changing gears and going on seems overwhelming and impossible. Working through the confusion, depression, and imbalance is extremely difficult. Finding your new frame of reference is impossible when you have trouble concentrating. So to ease the burden and to help cushion your loss Susan wants to support and validate you with a simple walk through your new reality.
Slowly digest and experience what it’s like and find strength and insight as you realize you are safe and not alone. Positive change and insight are waiting.
Begin the journey. Make the impossible......... POSSIBLE!
|Publisher:||Toplink Publishing, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.08(d)|
About the Author
I Think I Turned the Corner) to let you know that peace and change are possible. Turn your loss into something positive and remember your spouse with love and respect. Let that love give you strength and courage to be the best version of yourself.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
If you've experienced loss of anyone, this book will inspire you through its message of hope and love. I especially love the illustrations.
This is an inspiring book talking about the real reality of loss in everyday life. It applies to all adults who have lost a partner. The unifying idea is positive reinforcing hope and strength. The illustrations are playful, colorful and inviting.