We often talk of life as a journey. Many writers use walking as a motif for exploring the journey of life. Indeed, my walk frames my reflections on a crucial part of my life journey. My hope is that my story will show you that we all have the strength to accept the loss of those we love, whether it be a parent, sibling, child, or a relationship. And for some of us the journey may be a long one. Sometimes, grieving and “getting over” loss takes longer than we expected, but we do move on. I know because I did. So, on July 7, 2014, I took my walk.
“Pleasant to read and insightful”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Amazon Customer
A very smooth and pleasant read accompanied by insightful contents. If you are in process of detoxifying from your past, departing from unhealthy relationships or grieving your loved ones, this book is your best friend. I wish the book did not end so soon, but I guess the author wanted to leave conclusions to the readers and hopefully more room to expand the theme in her future books.
About the Author
RN; published author: Pardon Me While I Close The Door.
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