You Won’t Always Be This Sad

Sheree Fitch has turned grief into poetry in this book from a reassurance her own mother had given her; her own mother who had also lost a son.
Fitch captures her own struggles as she emerges from shock, deep sorrow, unexpected rage, and boundless love. She discovers that she “dwells in a thin place now,” that she has crossed a threshold only to find herself in “the quicksand that is grief.” The result is a memoir in verse of immense power and pain, a collection of moments, and a journey of resilience.
You can find this book on Amazon, Chapters/Indigo or from Nimbus Publishing 
Listen to our 2-part conversation with Sheree on the When You Die Podcast

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