We all have moments and times when we are alone - even in the crowds and gathered at church and at the potlucks. Place where we think we ought to fit, but still, we just don’t feel a part of what is happening around us. Maybe because we are not invited into a conversation or the activities are not what we enjoy, that sense of being left out can darken the most enjoyable days and leaving us feeling very much alone.
As much as we may desire to lay heaped on the ground until we can once again process life, events and activities don’t stop just because our world has been brought up with sudden or sometimes not so sudden shock or grief. Niki Hardy’s honest conversation with her reader is refreshing and brings moments of laughter and tears as she offers a helping hand as you learn to breathe again.
As Emily’s book launched last month, her words seem to be everywhere as people read her book and told others about it. Her voice has permeated my podcast feed as she did dozens of interviews with various communicators in spreading the word about her book. The ideas of her book have echoed through our home… Continue reading A natural next step: The Next Right Thing book review