Those who grieve often feel as if they are viewing the world from the wrong end of a telescope. In this strange and constricted space, time slows, priorities change, and daily routine feels impossible. Some days even getting out of bed requires more energy than we can generate.
And yet, life goes on.
People go to work, bills get paid, and your neighbor still walks his dog each morning at sunrise. We all expect to grieve at some time in our lives. What we cannot prepare for is how we will feel when faced with loss.
Our simple hope in writing this book is to share with you what we have learned to help you take care of yourself based upon our own grief experiences.
~ Gloria and Kathleen