This is a book about love and hope. My wish is that this book will help to guide you on your journey through times of grief, times of healing and times of transcendence.
– Ashley Davis Bush, LICSW
“What a magnificent gift to those who are experiencing grief and to others seeking that depth of emotional understanding. Ashley will bring transcending inspiration and perceptive insights to many grieving hearts.”
– Rabbi Earl A. Grollman, D.D., author of Living When a Loved One Has Died
One of the most striking, and perhaps even most appealing, features of soap operas is that the characters never seem to be permanently scarred by their past tragedies. They live through illnesses, miscarriages, adultery, multiple divorces, and deaths, but the next year, they move on to the next story line seemingly unscathed. Occasionally they refer to the past, but the characters never seem to be too deeply affected or traumatized by it. People even die and miraculously come back to life – sometimes it was all just a dream. We’re willing to suspend disbelief because the fiction is so satisfying, so comforting, so unlike real life… Read More