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A beautifully written, emotional, ultimately uplifting account of a young widow's process of overcoming loss and embracing lifeBébhinn Ramsay was only 31 when her husband died suddenly, leaving her widowed with two small children. In the aftermath of his death she tried to come to terms with the sense of lonelieness, loss, injustice, and devastation she felt at the prematuA beautifully written, emotional, ultimately uplifting account of a young widow's process of overcoming loss and embracing lifeBébhinn Ramsay was only 31 when her husband died suddenly, leaving her widowed with two small children. In the aftermath of his death she tried to come to terms with the sense of lonelieness, loss, injustice, and devastation she felt at the premature death of the father of her children, and the great love of her life. Here we see Bébhinn retrace the steps of her relationship with Alastair from when they met and fell in love in London, to the birth of their two sons, to when he died over the course of three days while on vacation in America, to the days, weeks, months, and years that followed his death. In a searingly honest and at times heartbreaking account she describes the ways she tried to come to terms with his senseless death, and how, through opening her mind and her heart, she ultimately found acceptance, peace, and eventual happiness....

Title : Love's Last Gift: How One Woman Lost Her World and Found Her Way
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ISBN : 9781444743128
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 284 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Love's Last Gift: How One Woman Lost Her World and Found Her Way Reviews

  • Deb Murphy
    2019-05-18 02:46

    Every word of this book rang true for me. It is beautifully written and, having been widowed young, such a comfort to read. The anger and bewilderment Bebhinn felt in those early days - the isolation, the confusion and the rage, all of it is just spot on and so familiar to me. I liked the spiritual aspect of the book too - not religious, just spiritual. It gives us hope and makes us think. Just because someone we loved has died, they are never truly gone from our lives.

  • Dennie
    2019-05-24 21:58

    Really moving and thought provoking.