You know how the total preoccupation of coping with loss and dealing with grief affects every aspect of your being and your life? This will gradually lessen over time as you slowly move forward at your own pace through the stages of grief. Even if it takes a second at a time, then a minute or a day, one day you will notice that there is a bright blue sky, and you will feel less consumed by grief. Without realizing it, over time you will have adjusted to the "new normal", ready to create fresh memories. You will eventually discover that you have moved forward slowly, not completely, but gradually in spite of your heartbreak. This book contains the stages of grief and various aspects of loss and grief.
There are 20 simple ways to help get you through the bad days, and as a bonus, a few more ways, 50 in total.
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Yes, I said horrible. I didn't need to go any further than the introduction to know the author knows nothing about deep loss. This book should be removed from the Audible grief collection. She needs to read Megan Devine's "It's Okay You're Not Okay" which is is a complete and correct contrast to this book. For someone to think a forty-four minute "handbook" will provide anyone a path through grief is ridiculous. For the author to make statements such as the "early bad days" as if losing a child suddenly becomes magically easier after the "early bad days" are over over is clearly the voice of inexperience. I know deep loss, I buried my 17 year old son. This type of "literature" is NOT helpful. Please remove from the Audible collection.