This is a story only a mother can write as a gift to another mother. Share Jan’s ups and downs with her struggle to rebuild her life and her marriage in the middle of terrible grief.
Quoting from Jan Jaworski’s summary …
“Grieving is not for the weak and it’s exhausting, both mentally and physically. The journey builds strength of character; the griever works and learns what works for herself and those around her. Join with me as I share with you how I managed to pick up the pieces of my life. Today, I am a woman of great strength who still has a lot of living ahead of me.”
“I was a houswife enjoying the empty nest years. I had two grown children and a wonderful husband. Then suddenly my life was turned upside down when my 31- year- old daughter, Karen, died suddenly of cancer. I searched for a way to pick up the pieces of my life and forge a new life for myself and my family. I scoured the bookstores looking for a book written from one grieving mother to another. I couldn’t find the book I was looking for so I decided to write it.
“There is no single word in the English language to describe the death of a child, as it is far too painful to put into one word…. join with me as I share my healing journey with you. If I can do it, so can you. Together we will cry … together we will heal.”
Pick up Learning to Live, Love and Laugh Again by Jan Jaworksi at Kings English, Spotted Frog, Expanding Heart and Green Valley Spa. Jan will have a book signing on March 19 at the Spotted Frot Book Store in Park City. For more information visit www.jaworski-family.com