A Peace After Grief: Stories for Those Who Grieve

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Trafford Publishing, May 1, 2012 - Reference - 364 pages
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Undeniably, we as a people come from different backgrounds, different religions, and divergent cultures. However, one common thing for those of us who have lost someone significant in our lives is the deep-rooted pain and heartache death can bring. People are looking for answers, guidance, and wants to know if anyone else has experienced a tragedy similar to their own. A Peace After Grief reaches out to those who grieve, dealing with existent issues readers can relate to such as death of a parent, child, spouse, student, sibling, and an array of others. The uniqueness of Tristan Watson's A Peace After Grief is not only that it is written in a sensitive manner, but it also reveals the rawest form of emotion and grief felt by those who suffer a loss. An exemption from death is not possible, and for those who have experienced the devastation and tragedy of losing someone, A Peace After Grief is a must read. This collection of stories is a first step for those who still need to center their grief and try to come to a place of acceptance. Though the pain and grief may be hard to bear, it is possible to receive a peace after grief.

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Tristan Watson is one of those rare authors whose style of writing expresses a pure, indisputable compassion for others and real-life circumstances. He leaves readers yearning for more. Watson's days as a university newspaper writer have certainly guided him to become a truly gifted author for his generation.

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