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Your Grief, Your Way by Shelby Forsythia
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Sep 29, 2020 | ISBN 9780593401446 | 343 Minutes

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“Forsythia has carefully curated a series of comforting and inspirational quotes about adjusting in the aftermath of a major loss, plus helpful information and suggestions from her years of experience as a grief coach. You can read this book day by day, or several pages at a time. It’s perfect for anyone who’s struggling to regain their footing and needs to proceed gently and with care.” —Hope Edelman, author of The Aftergrief and Motherless Daughters

“I was already a fan of Shelby’s work, especially her Coming Back podcast, and was excited to read Your Grief, Your Way. I found Your Grief, Your Way to be tremendously helpful. It is written for the grieving brain—short sections with easy-to-digest passages and practical suggestions. Shelby writes with compassion and wisdom; her words help the reader feel seen and understood.”
—Lindsey Whissel Fenton, producer, director, and author of Speaking Grief
Your Grief, Your Way is the rare book that is deeply compassionate, comforting, and nurturing while also offering immensely helpful, practical advice for the grieving at the very same time. Forsythia is a sturdy, wise guide who has already been there for anyone going through this painful and confusing journey. This is a book that could help everyone who has lost someone.” —Kerry Egan, author of On Living

Your Grief, Your Way lays out the road map so many wish they had when someone dies. While which roads you travel are ultimately up to you, Shelby provides guideposts that are easy to access and implement. An invaluable resource for anyone making their way into grief.” —Jana DeCristofaro, LCSW, The Dougy Center for Grieving Children & Families and host of the Grief Out Loud podcast

“Shelby Forsythia just wrote the book we should all run out and get after our loss. Shelby delivers exactly what the bereaved’s brain needs and what the heart is longing for. She makes the hard days of life after loss feel a little gentler by breaking it all down to daily wisdom and insights. It will feel like a breath of fresh air in days when breathing feels almost too hard to do. This book will stay by your bedside for many months to come.” —Christina Rasmussen, author of Second Firsts

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