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My Mourning Year: A Memoir of Bereavement, Discovery and Hope Paperback – 20 Apr 2017
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A moving - and insightful - exploration of a year of grief --Rosalind Lowe, Mail on Sunday
Wonderfully comforting --The Guardian
About the Author
Andrew Marshall has written seventeen self-help books - as Andrew G. Marshall - including the international best-seller I love you but I'm not in love with you. His work has been translated into twenty different languages and he still writes for the Mail on Sunday, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph. This is the first time he's written about himself.
Top Customer Reviews
I can see how Marshall's friends found this useful to read when going though difficult times themselves as it is raw and honest - from both the selfish depths of despair to being able to let people in and move forward. At points this is difficult to read but grief is difficult, Marshall opens up the reader's eyes to the realism of losing the love of your life. Marshall goes into both the emotional and practical elements of grief, becoming attached to things which are actually no replacement for the person who has gone. I'm sure most people will relate to elements covered in the book - this is bordering on a self-help book but with an interesting perspective; it isn't patronising by telling the reader how to deal with their grief - instead Marshall is sharing how he worked through his during the 1st year of loss to help others work through theirs, whilst recognising it is something you never get over and will be with you, in some sense, forever.
I commend Marshall's bravery and selflessness in sharing his memoir with the world in order to help others.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This story starts in the last six weeks or so of Thom's life. Andrew Marshall describes in unsparing detail the physical deterioration of his lover's body as Thom dies slowly and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Liz Coward
I was given a copy of My Mourning Year by Clare Christian at RedDoor Publishing as an example of their catalogue shortly after signing with them myself, so I came to the book not... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tessa Broad