"Death is like a shadow-it becomes a part of you and follows you every day."
Rebecca Brooke was just thirty-nine years old when she experienced the earth-shattering and sudden loss of her husband.
There is no instruction manual on how to function after the loss of a partner, or how to simultaneously become a single parent to two young boys. This powerfully emotional story encourages widows to take it day-by-day, to accept that there is no right or wrong way to grieve, and to discover the practice of gratitude following a broken heart. Opening a conversation on the importance of grief education, "My Life in Gray: A Widow's Journey" also provides much needed insight and advice for those seeking to support a loved one who has suffered a significant loss.
In this heartfelt and honest memoir, you will learn to find flecks of color shining through the gray clouds, at your own pace, in your own way.