My Review of Walking in Grace with Grief by Della Temple

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My review today is going to be a little different as it is in two parts. First, my review of the book and my second post will be about my personal experiences while reading the book.

MY REVIEW

This is a self-help book about death and grief written by the author who experienced the loss of her son. The book talks about her journey and the things that helped her during this painful time, including meditations that helped her during the grieving process. These are included in the book as well. It is honestly and gracefully written to help others that have lost a loved one. At the end of the book, the author includes a way to contact her for additional information or learning, I thought this was very thoughtful. This book is 126 pages, is a fast read, and is laid out so you can easily go back to a particular part. There are a few things in the book that the author believes in that I personally do not, but with that being said, there are a lot more beneficial things in the book that do could help you in dealing with the loss of a loved one. I read this on my kindle, but this is one book I will get in paperback.

You can get your copy at Amazon.

Thank you to Mrs. Temple for gifting this book to me in exchange for an honest review. My opinions are my own and are a reflection of my personal experiences while reading the book.

About the Author:

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Della Temple writes about melding the worlds of the physical and the metaphysical. She combines her love of anything analytical with her wide-ranging interest in quantum physics and the world of energetic healing. She is a certified Reiki Master and has studied clairvoyance and psychic healing at Boulder Psychic Institute. She believes that being psychic is a very natural state of being. It is a skill, just like playing the piano or singing on key. It takes a teacher, a willingness on the part of the student to be receptive to new ideas, and some time spent in practice.

Della invites the reader to experience opening to their intuition on the journey toward discovering their life’s purpose.

Visit her at http://www.dellatemple.com

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