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How to Cope With Child Loss


Journey to Healing: A Mother’s Guide to Navigating Child loss
By Lisa K. Boehm

Book Review by Eddy Yang (Read Time 1:30)

                “I believe it is what you do with that time that helps you learn how to coexist with the death of your children”

The thought of losing your child can be horrifying, but how do you cope with it when it does happen? Journey to Healing by Lisa K. Boehm is a heart and soul’s guide to help aid with loss, sorrow, and grief. Lisa lost her only daughter Katie in a car accident at the age of 17, shock in trauma Lisa knew she had to move on in life without Katie. She shares her experience of how to accept pain and sorrow by living a life that will honor her daughter. There are questioners at the end of each lesson to help you gain a better understanding of the path to healing.

My first impression was, I’m going to read about a person’s journey to healing, but I didn’t look carefully to notice “a mother’s guide to navigating child loss”. Still, I decided to give this book a chance and read it. Honestly, it’s not bad at all. In my opinion, It’s more of a how-to book than just a story which gives the readers more value. It teaches the reader how to live the best life that honors their loss child (if any) and to live with a new intention. There’s a good amount of information that you can comprehend with and it’s not overload with a bunch of nonsense. After finishing the book, I learn a great deal of gratitude for my life and others around me even though I’m not a mom. Reading Lisa’s story, I felt connected to her words and feelings, I can relate to them as well. Reading the book was effortless and easy to understand.

            I recommend this book to those that lost their loved ones. The teachings can also be applied to other family members who passed away, not just children. Hope you all enjoy my review and happy readings everyone.

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                                      Synopsis 

Discover hope and HEALING after child loss. Do you feel lost and alone since your child died? Are you unsure how to move forward? Journey to HEALING answers the fears and doubts experienced by bereaved mothers who want to learn to live again and offers honest, heartfelt advice. Author Lisa K Boehm shows you how to: •Cope with your heartache•Overcome self-limiting beliefs about HEALING•Determine helpful strategies that work best for you•Find peace and happiness•Feel hope and comfort, knowing you are not alone the personal experiences of thirty-two mothers shared in this book will leave you feeling connected and hopeful so you can bravely carry on and turn your hurt into HEALING, starting now. You will also find a helpful appendix that includes tips for family and friends.

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