Garden of Grief by Lori Koidahl (Book Review #1013)


Garden of Grief is a self-help book about grieving and how to deal with loss. The author is familiar with the matter as she, too, has dealt with it. The book is a personal telling of how things have worked out for her and encourages the readers to find a path and transform the pain.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Grief is universal, and it’s all about what we have lost and how we can deal with what is no longer there. I find this particularly enjoyable to read since I could transfer the information in a way that would work for anything, not just losing a loved one. It is all about growth, and I believe the author did an excellent job spreading the message.

The book is easy to read and understand. It is comforting and empowering to see how the literature can make you feel good and see a way through so much ache.

I recommend this book to anyone who is dealing with loss and enjoys reading self-improving material.

Written by Jeyran Main

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