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Advice from one grieving mom to others.

When Kim's three-year-old son tragically passed away, she found plenty of resources on grieving. She says what she really needed, though, was someone who would give her advice for living, not just grieving. "How do I get through the grocery store without crying? What do I do with my son's things? When will my mind stop replaying the emergency room scene?" 

Now, 10 years later, she's written that book. With raw vulnerability, a deep well of wisdom, and the practical knowledge of someone who's been there, she walks grieving moms through the life-after-death process from how to plan the funeral to how to deal with friends, family, holidays, and birthdays. 

This is a profound and powerful resource that's invaluable for the mom who has lost a child - and for her friends and family who want to love her well.

©2020 Kim Erickson (P)2020 Kim Erickson

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Essential for a grieving parent

A needed book for everyone who has lost a child. The author is very honest and doesn't hide from the feelings that go through her head. Definitely recommend this book.