<h4>"And so, I would have to find my way through the grief, learning lessons along the way. I'd stumble, I'd do things that were perfectly normal to me in my mind, but in hindsight were incredibly destructive. And I didn't care."
</h4><p>What now?</p><p>For anyone who has lost a loved one, this question is all too familiar. </p><p>And for James LaVeck, it's one that he has had to answer not once, but twice.</p><p>In Life After Losses, LaVeck takes readers on an intimate journey of love, loss, healing, and discovery. He tells the story of his first love, his husband Bob, who he lost after 7 years together. He goes on to tell his story of healing and ultimately of falling in love yet again, with his second husband (coincidentally also named Bob) with whom he had two children. But the story doesn't end there. LaVeck lost his second husband as well, after fifteen years together. And it has taken until now for him to share what he has learned.</p><p>James combines poignant storytelling with practical advice, in the hopes that his own journey toward healing can help anyone else dealing with grief of their own. Grief cannot be avoided, but it can be traversed. James' journey is one he is altogether too familiar with, and he is ready to share not only how he has come to the other side of this grieving process, but how he modelled this journey for his children as well. </p><p>Life After Losses is not only heartfelt; it is important.
</p><p>If you or someone you know is grieving, you owe them this book. LaVeck will feel like the friend that they so desperately need.