It’s hard to imagine the unthinkable, the loss of a child.
Unless you don’t have to imagine it.
Unless it has happened to you.
Then you don’t have to imagine it. You are living with it every single day.
Two women who have been through want to help others who have also experienced this unfathomable loss get through it, too.
Meet Laura Diehl and Melanie Delorme. Both are mothers who have lost a child.
“Laura Diehl is known for extending a light of hope to bereaved parents. Through her writing, speaking, and coaching, she walks with grieving parents in their place of darkness, without judgment or shame, to learn how to live a life of meaning and purpose again. Laura found herself in a place of suffocating darkness after the death of her daughter, Becca, with no one to turn to for help in navigating out of the deep pit of grief. Today, as a bereaved mom living a life of fulfillment, purpose, and destiny, Laura invests her time in helping grieving parents journey from a place of brokenness to becoming a re-purposed vessel in a way that honors the life of their child, instead of living in the shadow of their child’s death.” Laura Diehl’s books are available here and wherever books are sold.
“Melanie Delorme was a content English teacher, wife, mother, sister, and friend then, without warning, she gained the title of bereaved parent when her eight-ear-old son, Garrett, was accidentally killed in a hunting accident. her road to healing brought her to write her first book, After the Flowers Die: A Handbook of Heartache, Hope and Healing After Losing a Child. Melanie is involved with her local chapter of The Compassionate Friends and is passionate about offering hope to other bereaved parents.” Check out Melanie’s website here: Melanie Delorme
Both authors’ books are available wherever books are sold.
You can meet them both online this Saturday, January 2018 11:00 am Central Time (US and Canada), GMT when they present the free webinar:
Please share this information with anyone you think might benefit from it!
Laura is the cofounder, along with her husband, of Grieving Parents Sharing Hope (GPS Hope) which serves the “club” no one wants to be in, and has no way out – the unique and precious community of bereaved parents. Laura and her husband, Dave, live in Southern Wisconsin, and have five children (one in heaven and four here on earth) and a growing legacy of grandchildren. Laura is also an author. Find her books wherever books are sold.
You can find out more about Laura and GPS Hope at www.gpshope.org