Searching for Hope During Loss

Have you ever lost someone you love? Have you found yourself on this dark, lonely road called grief, searching for hope during loss?

From the moment I first heard the words, “your daughter Melanie is deceased” my life as I knew it was forever changed. If you have suffered an unexpected loss you know exactly what I mean.

Grief can seem like a never-ending battle. The feelings of disbelief, numbness, anxiety, fear, and hopelessness seem to abound. The every day fight to maintain some sense of composure can be exhausting.

You wonder if you will ever get back to who you were. Often what most people don’t realize is that we will never be the same people we once were – but, there is hope!

There WILL be a day when your grief will not be the all-consuming, overwhelming sense of hopelessness and sadness you feel during those early days and months of loss.

I promise. As others who have gone before me can attest, this is true. We will always grieve for the loss of our loved ones, but there is hope during loss.

If you’re searching for peace and hope, longing for comfort and encouragement come alongside me as I share my story with you.

Within the pages of Beautifully Broken: Finding Hope During Loss you will find honesty, transparency and vulnerability as I share our story.

Take my hand and come with me as we walk through the valley of the shadow of death together. Our story may be somewhat different than yours but I believe no matter how our loved one died, loss is loss and grief is grief. I believe you will see the light that began to shine through the darkest days, and witness the glimmers of hope.

This road has been hard but slowly the broken pieces of my heart are coming together. I know that by giving my heart a voice and faith a lead role in healing, the jagged pieces arenโ€™t as sharp as they once were. This can be true for you as well.

Give it a try. You won’t be disappointed. You can pick up a copy here: Beautifully Broken: Finding Hope During Loss…/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_a…

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Mom. Wife. Honey. Jesus-Girl. Love to travel, cook, make beautiful things grow and spend time with family & friends.

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