In Sorrow’s Words: Writing Exercises for Healing Grief, poet and author
Sheila Bender, who lost her son in a snowboarding accident in 2000,
inspires those who have suffered loss to use writing as a way to survive, to
accept and to grow in painful circumstances no one would choose. Writing helps all who come to the page appreciate the beauty in the bittersweet nature of human experience. And with this appreciation, love emerges and compassion and also joy.
In Sorrow’s Words: Writing Exercises for Healing Grief, Sheila Bender hopes to inspire you to write from your loss because it will help you know you can survive loss, and in doing so, grow strong, grow deep, and grow in loving.