Love Untethered: How to live when your child dies (Paperback)
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Love Untethered: How to live when your child dies (Paperback)

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Paperback 216 Pages
Published: 25/11/2022
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Vanessa May gives a moving account of what she went through after the unexpected death of her son, demonstrating that it's possible to survive such a shattering and traumatic loss, even when that might feel impossible. By sharing her personal experience, the author enables others who have gone through a similar loss to feel less isolated in their grief. She also provides advice on supporting physical, emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing using her experience - not just as a bereaved mother, but as a nutritional therapist, wellbeing coach and now holistic grief coach. She offers the reader various tools for withstanding a devastating loss and for navigating a particularly challenging path. Love Untethered is about holding on to hope when it feels like there isn’t any, and about finding purpose as a means of surviving a devastating and life-changing bereavement.

Publisher: Collective Ink
ISBN: 9781803410487
Number of pages: 216
Dimensions: 216 x 140 mm

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“A stark but uplifting look at grief and loss”

A beautifully written, frank and moving account of the torment of losing a child followed by a brave look at how to try to find hope and honour the memory of a beloved son.

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“no one should go through this”

The death of a child is the worst taboo and this mother gives her agonised account of how this happened to her and the fallout from a life suddenly cut short and another changed forever. The sudden traumatic events... More

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