Grief is always a challenge, and that is definitely the case when it is a sibling who has died.
In this book, Amy describes some of the most challenging parts of her grief journey from sibling loss to a place of restored hope.
When she lost her only sibling to cancer, Amy's life changed forever. She felt the responsibility to care for all of the other people in her life, including her parents and her brother's young family, all while struggling through her own devastating journey of grief and loss.
In Permission to Grieve, Amy recounts her experiences as a bereaved sibling, how she learned to validate her own grief, and ultimately how she found a path toward resilience and hope. In addition, she offers suggestions for other bereaved siblings in the hope that her experience will smooth the road for others.
This is a remarkable voyage of discovery-a story about grieving, relationships, and the importance of self-care.