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D'Arcy's collection of letters written before and after the death of her daughter trace her search for strength and hope through times of anguish. We walk with the young mother through the horror of the accident and like her, find our way illuminated by faith.
Number of Pages: 129
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 7.60 X 5.20 X 0.40 (inches)|
More a diary than a manual on handling grief, D’Arcy’s collection of letters written before and after the loss of her daughter reflects upon her search for strength and hope through years of anguish. With a combination of profound reflection and sincere stories, these letters express how the deepest sorrow can be transformed into a unique sense of comfort and peace. Filled with practical yet literary writing, this collection reveals the discovery of healing is available to anyone enduring the sorrow of a lost loved one. Written in a tender, personal tone and drawing from direct experience, it is an ideal choice for both mourners and counselors alike.
Paula D’Arcy is the author of Gift of the Red Bird and When People Grieve. She is also a former psychotherapist and president of the Red Bird Foundation. She lives in Austin, Texas.