Part of the 5-star book series, Grief Diaries: Surviving Loss by Suicide shares the journeys of 12 women seeking to find hope and healing in the aftermath of losing a loved one to suicide.

A two-time award-winning book, Surviving Loss by Suicide explores the impact on daily life faced by loved ones and offers firsthand accounts about facing the holidays, handling belongings, and more. Readers who share the same path will find comfort and compassion, family and friends will gain better understanding, and professionals will appreciate the rich spectrum of journeys narrated by widows from around the world. Learn more at


A portion of proceeds from the retail sales of this book is donated to the nonprofit organization American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
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“Beautiful, heartfelt stories of love and loss”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Grace M. Young

Beautiful, heartfelt stories of love and loss, and life after losing a loved one to suicide. I am so honored to have had my precious son Jack included in this very important series.

About the Author

Sharon (Skura) Ehlers was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Sharon is most passionate about her three beautiful children ages 33, 23 and 21. She has loving parents and a beautiful sister who also live in Los Angeles. After the suicides of a close friend and a former fiancé within a two-year period, Sharon was confused about how many people either avoided her or didn’t want to talk about these events. In her grief, she tried to make sense of it all but it seemed like it was “never the right time” to bring it up with anyone. She took a deep breath and tried to work through the grief on her own. Her thought was that there had to be a better way. So after working in Corporate America for almost 30 years, Sharon decided to start her own company, Grief Reiki® LLC, to offer a multidimensional approach to grief through emotional recovery and spiritual healing. Now a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, she is helping others to heal and recover from grief by providing them with a safe, compassionate and healing environment for their journey. Her best lesson in life is: “Miracles do happen.”

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