Will I Ever Be Whole Again (Paperback)
Surviving the Death of Someone You Love
Bold Vision Books, 9780692299722, 184pp.
Publication Date: September 28, 2014
List Price: 14.99*
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It can happen suddenly or take what seems an eternity. No matter how it comes, the death of a loved one hits like an avalanche, pouring down thunderous heartache and resulting in constant pain, sadness, and emptiness. The questions come at breakneck speed until you finally have to ask yourself, "Will I ever be whole again?" This wonderfully sensitive book by Sandra Aldrich is not written from impersonal observation but from her own grueling experience with the loss of her husband to cancer. Her insight is comforting, her wisdom soothing, and her direction inspiring. If you or someone you know has lost a loved one to death, this survival book will point the way to recovery.
About the Author
Sandra Aldrich has written and spoken extensively on joyful living, marriage and family issues, youth challenges, single parenting issues, the affects of alcoholism on families, and grief in the death of a loved one. Her Kentucky storyteller style has made her a popular guest on numerous radio and television shows, including Heart to Heart of The 700 Club, Prime Time America, Mid-day Connection, and Focus on the Family broadcasts. After Sandra's husband died of brain cancer in 1982, she was left to raise her ten-year-old son Jay and her eight-year-old daughter Holly. Sandra holds a master's degree from Eastern Michigan University (and, she says, a "Ph.D. from the School of Hard Knocks"). She taught in the public school system for fifteen years, has served as a community service representative for a line of funeral homes, and was senior editor of Focus on the Family Magazine for several years.