Paula Meyer has launched her new book titled Great Loss, Greater Love: The Art & Heart of Navigating Grief, where she teaches readers how to cope with grief and come out of traumatic situations a better person. In a related development, the eBook version of the self-help guide will be available for free download on Amazon from April 13th to 17th.
“Grieving losses, large and small, are part of life. How we grieve determines the quality of our life. In this poignant tale of loss, Paula shares her heart and soul and reminds us there are always gifts within grief if we wish to see them. She weaves wisdom and warmth into the fabric of every page, and lovingly wraps the reader in a blanket of hope and courage. You will never quite look at a loss the same way again.” — Gina Hatzis, Speaker, Author, Too Much Woman Movement Founder
The book is authored to help people unpack their sadness and discover new opportunities even as they try to cope with the trauma of their current situation. Paula shares her wealth of experience with readers, personifying the grieving process to show people the possibility of a brighter future and how to discover grief’s gifts.
Great Loss, Greater Love: The Art & Heart of Navigating Grief has already started to garner reviews from experts in the mental health industry. “If you are experiencing loss, this is a MUST READ. It stirs you up from the inside out and invites you to shift perspectives. Through Paula’s vulnerable journey of the death of her love, Gary, she shares her experience of surviving his loss and learning how to thrive… hour by hour, day by day. The insights gleaned from their lives and how Paula entwines Gary’s words throughout, make you feel you know them and that you too can heal from intense pain. Truly an example of LOVE expressed.” — Sunny Dawn Johnston, Psychic Medium, Best-selling Author of The Love Never Ends.
Paula Meyer is also organizing the Gloom to Bloom Summit, a 4-Day intensive program for women. The event will be held from April 22 to 25, featuring renowned authors and coaches such as Sunny Dawn Johnston, Virenia “Nia” Peeples, and Susie Carder showing people how to cope with grief, irrespective of the situation.
For more information about Gloom to Bloom and how to register for the summit, please visit – http://www.gloomtobloomsummit.com/webinar-registration.