Grief sucks, but you don't have to. Part memoir, part self-help, part choose your own grief guide; this cheeky and honest book takes a hard look at society's view of grief and flips it the bird.
If you've encountered a traumatic loss (of any kind) and you want to use your experiences to make yourself better (and less bitter), then the sugar-coated platitudes everyone gives you just won't cut it.
In Confessions of a Griever: Turning a Hot Mess into an Haute Message, Crystal helps readers understand:
- Why you should 'Go Duck Yourself'
- Why 'You Don't Get to Call her Husband an @$$hole'
- Why you should 'Do More Good Sh!t'
- How 'You'll Set Yourself Free'
This book will help you realize that grief is grief-however you experience it. Everyone experiences it differently and everyone feels crazy while living through it. You're NOT crazy and your feelings ARE normal. You just need to embrace the ride and 'Remember. You're not alone.'