You will discover Journey Through Grief is a “feel better” guide to achieving personal peace and gratifying, new life options. Victoria's encouraging style delivers a compassionate step-by-step approach to re-accessing your life after the loss of a spouse or longtime partner. No matter the circumstances, be it death, divorce or simply looking for a better way, her hard-learned wisdom and humor will walk you through the challenges of living alone. From self-esteem and finances to sexuality and friendships, this enlightening book equips you with the tools, resources and expertise to navigate positive change and growth.
I have read a number of books on grief since my husband passed away and some have been helpful, but this book answered so many questions I have had. It is very detailed and offers so many suggestions! I bought the Kindle version and downloaded it and started reading and couldn't put it down! If you are going to read one book on helping you with your grief, this would be the one I would highly recommend! I know I will be reading it again and again!
As a financial planner, way too often in my practice I have see the impact that a death or divorce has on a woman. Everything changes and it requires a new road map for life. This book is a excellent resource to help women understand the process of what they are going through and that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
I found this book was not only on how to handle grief, but a reference manual for anyone wanting to stay happy.
Cleverly and clearly worded, written by a woman for women, this warm book is engaging and an interesting read.
Victoria has a remarkable way of allowing the reader to relax and feel the contentment she wishes to convey.
She peaks the readers interest by including stories of her personal explorations after the end of her 58 year marriage.
I also found the chapter on finance a great help, as its a subject that we need to address if we are to go on alone.
She provides tools and ideas to use plus hope, and a feeling we are not alone after all. Good book!