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Becky Gibler received her first camera when she was seven years old and has been taking photos ever since. When her partner of nineteen years died suddenly, she was left with a shattered life and a grief so profound that the only respite she could find was by leaning into her passion for photography. After much emotional work and soul searching, she realized she wanted to help others on their grief journey. By combining her talents as a photographer and her love of writing, she created Borne of Grief and Flow to let others who are grieving know they are not alone.
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Borne of Grief and Flow
A journey of grief and healing after the loss of my love.
by Becky Gibler View author's profile page

Overview


Grief may be a life-long process, but your pain will soften in time. There are ways to cope and tools to help you work through the most difficult times. It does get better. Above all, you are not alone.
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Description


Have you experienced a significant loss and feel that you are completely alone? Are you consumed with grief and can't find a way through the darkness? Do you fear it will never get better? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this book is for you. Although grief is a universal experience, how we deal with grief is an individual process. Confusion, memory loss, and disrupted sleep patterns become a new normal. You may start to wonder if things will ever get better and if you can possibly be happy again. This is a story of one person's journey of grief and healing. It's meant to bring hope and light to those who can't see a way through the darkness. Grief is a life-long process, but it does get easier.
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Overview


Grief may be a life-long process, but your pain will soften in time. There are ways to cope and tools to help you work through the most difficult times. It does get better. Above all, you are not alone.

Read more

Description


Have you experienced a significant loss and feel that you are completely alone? Are you consumed with grief and can't find a way through the darkness? Do you fear it will never get better? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this book is for you. Although grief is a universal experience, how we deal with grief is an individual process. Confusion, memory loss, and disrupted sleep patterns become a new normal. You may start to wonder if things will ever get better and if you can possibly be happy again. This is a story of one person's journey of grief and healing. It's meant to bring hope and light to those who can't see a way through the darkness. Grief is a life-long process, but it does get easier.

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Book details

Genre:SELF-HELP

Subgenre:Death, Grief, Bereavement

Language:English

Pages:104

Hardcover ISBN:9781667870526


Overview


Grief may be a life-long process, but your pain will soften in time. There are ways to cope and tools to help you work through the most difficult times. It does get better. Above all, you are not alone.

Read more

Description


Have you experienced a significant loss and feel that you are completely alone? Are you consumed with grief and can't find a way through the darkness? Do you fear it will never get better? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this book is for you. Although grief is a universal experience, how we deal with grief is an individual process. Confusion, memory loss, and disrupted sleep patterns become a new normal. You may start to wonder if things will ever get better and if you can possibly be happy again. This is a story of one person's journey of grief and healing. It's meant to bring hope and light to those who can't see a way through the darkness. Grief is a life-long process, but it does get easier.

Read more

About the author


Becky Gibler received her first camera when she was seven years old and has been taking photos ever since. When her partner of nineteen years died suddenly, she was left with a shattered life and a grief so profound that the only respite she could find was by leaning into her passion for photography. After much emotional work and soul searching, she realized she wanted to help others on their grief journey. By combining her talents as a photographer and her love of writing, she created Borne of Grief and Flow to let others who are grieving know they are not alone.

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