#BookSale “Living With Loss: Facing Grief and Adversity In a Society That Doesn’t Understand (Grief and Loss Book 2)” by Cortez Ranieri

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It’s OK Not To Be OK: How To Cope With Grief and Anger After The Loss of A Loved One

We live in a fast-paced, almost frantic world.

Every day, we rush to work, we rush home, and we create timetables by which we live because there are simply not enough hours in a day.

When you get sick, you get a few days off from work (if that), and you’re expected to bounce back in a flash.

When you break up with someone and feel like your world is crashing around you, the bosses don’t care, and your friends tell you to forget about it and move on.

So what happens when you have to go through the hardest experience in life – the loss of a loved one?

Is there a timetable for mourning?

Everyone who has ever lost someone will tell you that, sadly, there is. You are expected to bounce back after a certain time as if your emotions work like a button.

This is simply the society we created, and sometimes, it backfires on us.

But here’s a piece of news to ease your mind and soul: no matter what society tells you, you have the right to mourn as long as you want, in any way you want.

Grief isn’t tangible, nor can it be measured or standardized.

The best thing you can do is give yourself time.

The second best thing you should do for yourself is to get to know your grief.

Once you delve deep into it, once you get a grasp on all those emotions you’re feeling, you’ll be able to live with them, overcome some of them, and ultimately, move on.

In Living With Loss, you’ll discover:

  • 8+ most common misconceptions about grief debunked and rationalized, to take away your guilt from not playing by society’s rules
  • The physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms of grief that will make you understand what both your body and mind are going through
  • A guide through the 5 stages of grief to help you discover why you’re feeling a certain way, as well as figure out how to get through it
  • How and why the ancient wisdom of stoicism can ease your grieving process and change your outlook on life and death
  • Why avoidance can be your biggest enemy, and how to stop avoiding your emotions while in mourning
  • Solutions for dealing with anger, to help you understand the emotion and stop it from making you bitter and resentful
  • How to use the Wim-Hof Method to work through your grief and bring balance back into your life

And much more.

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is usually what people think about when grief is mentioned.

But grief has many faces. It can consume you when you lose your job, your faith, or when you go through a change in lifestyle.

Whatever the reason, the heavy emotional state of grief needs to be worked on.

So give yourself permission to mourn and take your time.

If you’re determined not to let your grief consume you and take control over your life, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.

FREE at time of posting!

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Book 1 – 10 Habits for Grief and Loss: Create Change Through Adversity to Become a Better You

is also available for 99c for a limited time!

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Time for a Holiday!

2020 – the year none of us saw coming, or will ever forget… unfortunately.

The year has taken its toll on us all in a variety of ways, and most of them stressful. In that spirit, I’m giving myself a holiday. Except for a handful of previously scheduled posts, Nesie’s Place will be silent for the month of December.

I haven’t taken a real break since losing my husband and mom last year, believing I needed the distraction, but now I need distraction from the distraction! HA! Only me, right?

I’ll be lurking on Messenger, Instagram, and Twitter so feel free to say, “Hey!” or… send me a cup of coffee!

Here’s hoping the year ends on a high note for us all, and 2021 brings us lots of smiles!

Much love, and may your holidays be warm and wonderful!

Fle


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#Review “Magical Memories” by L.S. Fellows

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5/5 Stars!

I’ve been waiting for this sequel since the day I finished book 1, Magic O’clock.

I pre-ordered, joined the blog tour and re-read book 1… twice.

And like Archie Royle’s daughter, I still wasn’t ready. I was caught off-guard not by the depth of emotions, but the sheer weight.

Archie’s death is no mystery or plot twist. The author laid it right out there in the blurb. You know it will happen.

Just as Archie’s family knew the end was approaching. And as his youngest daughter resigned herself to that fact when she had to place him in a skilled care facility.

But it was with a broken heart she, at last, accepted it as pneumonia joined the Dementia in taking him farther away from her. However, as prepared as she was, losing him takes her to her knees… and I was right there with her.

Death sometimes brings out the worst in those left behind. When anger flares, jealousies, slights, and resentments thought long-forgotten get tossed around like a beach ball. The youngest daughter knew she’d committed no offenses against her two older sisters out of spite or otherwise, but she allowed their bad attitudes… until she didn’t, and when she digs her heels in, she goes from her father’s biggest fan to his staunchest advocate. The gloves come off and she holds nothing back. Great scene!

When family and friends gather to say their goodbyes to Archie, his baby girl is surprised at the new insight she gets into the man she thought she knew so well. It comforts her and helps to close the divide between her and her older sisters.

My first tears fell at only 20% into this short read. Where book 1 inspired memories of my own father’s last days, Magical Memories brings to mind memories shared and that had me smiling by 88%.

ANY reader would enjoy Magical Memories, regardless of preferred genre. I highly recommend downloading books 1 and 2 and reading them together. Readers shouldn’t be leery of tags like death and grief because, at its core, Magical Memories isn’t about how Archie Royle died but about how much he was loved.

Enjoy!

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As Archie Royle takes his final breath, three sisters race to say their goodbyes.

Two don’t make it in time.

I do.

And now, it’s all my fault they’re too late.

Despite him having dementia.

Despite them not visiting in over a month.

 

But I won’t let anger win.

After all, we’re all grieving, aren’t we?

Surely, as a family, we can let bygones be bygones.

 

It’s what Dad would want. Expect.

It’s what he deserves.

We have so much to be grateful for.

So many fond and magical memories to share.

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Magical Memories is a fictional tale of loss, grief and moving on.

Purchase Link – http://getbook.at/MagicMem

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#BlogTour “Magical Memories” by L.S. Fellows

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Magic Sail

Archie Royle is a kind, funny, gentle man.

He’s also my dad. My storyteller. My hero.

Except he doesn’t remember my face any more.

His world, these days, doesn’t include me or his family.

Life may have changed for him, but he hasn’t given up on life.

Not at all.

It’s just different.

Dad still tells his stories, albeit for a new audience.

He makes people smile and chuckle. As he always did.

He’s a fighter, a survivor and maybe sometimes too clever for his own good! He’ll surprise you. I can assure you of that.

Welcome to Magic O’Clock, where time is irrelevant and hope is unlimited.

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Magic O’Clock – buy link:

Amazon – (universal) http://getbook.at/MagicOClock

Other eretailers (Kobo, B&N, Apple) : https://www.books2read.com/MOC

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As Archie Royle takes his final breath, three sisters race to say their goodbyes.

Two don’t make it in time.

I do.

And now, it’s all my fault they’re too late.

Despite him having dementia.

Despite them not visiting in over a month.

 

But I won’t let anger win.

After all, we’re all grieving, aren’t we?

Surely, as a family, we can let bygones be bygones.

 

It’s what Dad would want. Expect.

It’s what he deserves.

We have so much to be grateful for.

So many fond and magical memories to share.

Magical Memories cover

 

Magical Memories is a fictional tale of loss, grief and moving on.

Purchase Link – http://getbook.at/MagicMem

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Author Bio – Despite being born in England, my heart now lies in Spain. Many moons ago, I was a student in Granada, Spain. I loved it so much and swore I would return one day on a more permanent basis. In 2003, I did just that.

Now, as a fur-mum to two adorable but mischievous mutts, in my free time I can usually be spotted with my nose in a book, armed with just the teeniest chunk of chocolate and a zillion pomegranates!

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“Believe” by Shelley Hickman

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Believe

by Shelly Hickman

Genre: Genre Fiction/Parenting & Relationships/Death & Grief

FREE at time of posting! Kindle Unlimited!

Believe.

A message that still taunts her years after the passing of her daughter. In the days of her daughter’s illness, she considered herself a seeker, open to the possibilities of prayer and faith.

Now cynical and guarded, she is forced to reexamine her beliefs and relive her past when an old love resurfaces, with a sick child of his own.

Believe is a story that examines fractures to our foundations in the face of tragedy. It is a story that asks if prayers are always answered, but often in ways we do not see.

NOTE: Despite the spiritual tone of this work, please be aware it contains strong language.

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“Green Castles” by K.L. Montgomery

#FREE at the time of posting!


“Green Castles

Genre: Women’s Fiction/Death & Grief/Coming of Age

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Inspired by true events, Green Castles tells the story of three former high school best friends; Jennifer, Kat, and Michelle; who are reunited in their small Indiana hometown when Jennifer’s daughter loses her battle with mitochondrial disease. Through a series of flashbacks to their teen days in the late 1980’s/early 1990’s, the three women learn about resilience, forgiveness, and just how strong the bonds of family and friendship truly are.

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