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Finding A New Normal - Permission To Be Real In Your Grief - cover

Finding A New Normal - Permission To Be Real In Your Grief

Ray Leight

Publisher: Ray Leight

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Summary

Grieving isn't easy. In fact, it's one of the hardest things we will ever do. Finding A New Normal was written in the midst of my own grief, following the loss of our home in the Northern California Carr Fire. I want this book to be a memorial stone, a place of refuge, and a roadmap for people like you who find themselves in a season of loss. This is an invitation and a guide to help you be real in your grief, honest about your needs, and equipped to process the trauma of your loss.

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