There is something devastatingly beautiful about the way we metamorphose through pain. In March of 2018, author Natalie Sanchez unexpectedly lost her dad when she was only 18 years old. Since then, she's been searching for new ways to navigate her difficult journey and rediscover joy.
The Language of Loss is a collection of stories about the overwhelming heartache of grief and the way in which we grow through pain. Sanchez uses her own experiences as well as other stories of loss to help people in similar positions deal with their own grief.
In this book you'll discover:
- The reality of navigating life despite a devastating loss
- Anecdotes from ordinary people and the tragedies that shaped them
- The hope that healing and growth are possible through pain and grief
- The power of rediscovering purpose alongside heartache
Things like death and tragedy are inevitable, but within loss lies an endless potential for goodness. While the book is focused on grief itself, the message is much wider: The Language of Loss helps all of us learn to love each other better.