Crossing the Minefield

by Melinda Richarz Lyons
(Tyler, Texas)

How would you feel if you woke up to discover that your seemingly healthy fifty-six-year-old husband was dead? "Crossing the Minefield" is the inspirational story of one woman's gut wrenching journey following a cold November morning that changed her life forever.

With support and advice from the author, widows and grief counselors, this compelling account gives readers who have suffered any kind of loss a realistic look at the road to recovery. "Crossing the Minefield" offers empathy, guidance, reassurance, hope and the knowledge that you can cross the minefield of grief and not just survive. You can triumph and emerge reborn as a stronger person.

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