"Dry Your Tears" by Little Grace
I thought Casper members may be interested to read the back cover blurb of my recently published book "Dry Your Tears," to see if this resonates with you at all.
If it does, you might like to read chapter one on my website www.goldenagementor.co.nz
I would love to hear feedback from you!
My warmest regards to you,
"Suddenly losing a seventeen-year old son in a car crash could easily send a parent into despair. But for Annette Hanham the experience of devastating loss eventually led to self-discovery of a profound and transformational kind.
Little Grace takes us far beyond simply surviving grief to actually recognising the unexpected gifts that accompany any life-changing event. Whether we are open to receive those gifts is up to us and there is no escaping the pain of grief, but it can be understood, healed and transformed into unconditional love, even gratitude.
She candidly shares how her new partner, Manny, helped her strip away many core-beliefs, plus an invented persona of ‘Corky’ (who was preferred to ‘grieving mother’), all done onboard a sailing yacht in the South Pacific seas.
Another intriguing relationship emerges as mother and son reconnect spiritually, initially via channelled sessions with Ascended Masters, tenderly giving insight into suicide, natural disasters and other early departures of our loved ones.
“Dry Your Tears” is a hopeful, funny and inspiring book for anyone who has experienced loss, is searching for new meaning against shifting global paradigms, or is asking how best to support and encourage the precious young people in their lives."