Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying: Embracing Life After Loss
by Allen Klein
(San Francisco, CA)
When I was grieving from the loss of my wife, I found that grief books often told about all the negative things I might experience. It was not something I wanted to hear. Nor did I want to plow through hundreds of pages about loss.
What I really needed was a book that was easy to read, encouraging, and inspirational. Since that was hard to find, I wrote my own.
Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying consists of five stages of going from loss to laugh: Losing, Learning, Letting Go, Living, and Laughing.
The book can be opened anywhere and will provide an encouraging thought for anyone going through a loss no matter what stage they are in.
The book is published by Goodman Beck Publishing and is available in book form, in Kindle and as an audiobook.
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