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My Grief Is Not Like Yours : Learning to Live after Unimaginable Loss-A Daughter's Journey, EPUB eBook

My Grief Is Not Like Yours : Learning to Live after Unimaginable Loss-A Daughter's Journey EPUB


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A daughter's heartbreaking and tragic story of losing her parents—and hope for those walking their own journey through grief. Theo Boyd had always been close to her parents. Her father was a Texas peanut farmer, rancher, and preacher; her mother, deaf from a young age, was the glue that held them all together.

Then one summer day in 2019, everything changed when Theo’s mother died in a tragic accident on their family farm.

As Theo began to process this loss, her marriage started to unravel, adding another painful layer to her grief. Meanwhile, Theo continued to care for her father who was shaken to his core by the tragedy.

Nothing could erase the agony he felt from losing his love and soulmate of over fifty years, and one night he chose to escape his pain by ending his life.

Theo suddenly had to learn to live without the two people who were her constant love and support—her parents. In My Grief Is Not Like Yours, Theo gives an unforgettable account of how quickly life can turn to grief.

Beautifully woven, this book is threaded with memories and raw emotions that are seldom discussed.

Theo shows readers how she endured the unimaginable.

She walks beside anyone navigating through their grief, helping them feel less alone and guiding them to hope and healing. “We are all unique, in life and in death. We are born, we live, we die, and we grieve, but my grief is not like yours.” —Theo Boyd