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A Widow's Pursuit- Released this week! Book Signing Today!

“A Widow’s Pursuit” was released on November 3rd, 2015. I want to shout out, that I’ll be doing a book signing today, Saturday 11/7/15, at… 74 more words


Misconceptions of Grief

Misconception #1
Grief and Mourning are the same thing.
Grief is the internal container. It holds all of your thought, feelings inside yourself. Mourning is when you take the grief you have inside and express it outside of yourself. 344 more words

Good Grief With Carole


“A Widow’s Pursuit” has found a publisher!

My book is being published with Tate Publishing and Enterprises, LLC.

Before the release date, I will be doing some book events to get the word out. 41 more words


Regret . . . "If only . . . ." "What if . . ." . . . .Guilt

When a loved one dies it is not unusual for some regret and guilt to walk with you in your grief journey. As a survivor you tend to blame yourself for something you think you did or did not do that may have caused the death. 330 more words


How to Write Grieving Characters

Putting grief into words is futile. And trying to do so would bankrupt the vocabulary of all languages. -Mark Twain

Grief is a heavy and relatively ever-present part of life. 761 more words

Writing Posts

Keeping the Connection While Grieving

Grief never ends….but it changes. It’s a passage, not a place to stay.

Grief is neither a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith…it’s the price of love. 451 more words


Book Review: Tear Soup

Disclaimer: Every person is different in what they find to be helpful, spiritual, humorous and comforting, which is why I include a section for general thoughts to clarify exactly what I liked and disliked about the book. 312 more words