'Grief isn’t about a broken head, but a broken heart. Anne’s book will help you find forgiveness and healing.'Aurora Winter, author of Grief Relief in 30 Minutes
Introducing Grief’s Abyss
When a Loved One Dies You Enter Grief’s Abyss
The process of grieving the loss of a loved one can be confusing, painful, and deeply sad. While it is an experience each of us will encounter in life, grief is often shrouded in mystery and silence. We wonder if we are doing it correctly, if we are recovering too slowly, or if we are the only one to feel hollowed out inside long after the funeral. In Grief’s Abyss author Anne DeButte shines a light of compassion and understanding on the experience of loss. Tracing her experiences following the sudden death of her father as well as her expertise as nurse and grief coach, Anne provides a supportive road map for the mysterious journey through the land of grief. This book is a gentle and wise companion for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one.
'Grief’s Abyss will bring you comfort and is written with great compassion.'Dr. Lori Kay PhD , Psychologist, Author
About Anne DeButte
Anne E. DeButte enjoyed a 32-year career in healthcare. It only took four days of retirement before she decided to restart her career, this time as a grief coach and author. When Anne isn’t at her desk coaching or writing, she can be found on the golf course or curled up with a good book in front of the fire in her home in Ottawa, Canada