Book Review: I'm Grieving as Fast as I Can - How Young Widows and Widowers Can Cope and Heal by Linda Feinbergcategories: Book, Death, Grief, Widow, Bereavement
Author: Linda Feinberg
Publisher: New Horizon Press
Me, TooI bought the book at a book store after losing my husband to cancer. I was 57 years old, but, lucky for me, I didn't notice the "young" part in the sub-title. This book is a must read for anyone who is struggling through the grief process, of any age. I am reading it again, for the third time in 6 months, and every paragraph leaves me saying to myself "me, too". Run, don't walk to the nearest book store and get this book for yourself, or someone in your life that needs it. It just may help you get through that long, black tunnel called the grief process, emerge on the other end, and yell "ME, TOO!"
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