Love You Like the Sky



Writing from the unique point of view of a suicide survivor who is also a psychologist, Sarah Neustadter presents a selection of the emails she sent to John, her deceased beloved, over a three year period following his death Documenting the raw emotions she experienced during this time period grief, despair, abandonment, confusion, and the seductive feeling of wanting to die she seeks to answer the hard existential and psychological questions Why is this happening What does this mean about mortality How do I go on with the rest of my life without my beloved How do I heal my broken heart Will I ever love again Love You Like the Sky is a companion guide and roadmap for supporting younger women and men through intense and complicated grief as an access point toward deeper transformation shifting awareness from despair to beauty. Free Download [ Love You Like the Sky ] By [ Sarah Neustadter ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – mauritiusholidayvillas.co.ukLove You Like the Sky

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Love You Like the Sky
  • Sarah Neustadter
  • English
  • 13 August 2017

10 thoughts on “Love You Like the Sky

  1. says:

    Although the bulk of this book was just letters and emails the author wrote to her boyfriend in the wake immediate and years long aftermath of his suicide, each of the three sections despair, shifting, and beauty concludes with what she calls a map This material was specific and useful Even though my father s suicide took place 37 years ago, I still found a great deal of value in those sections less in the despair, obviously, but even a lot in the shifting section FOR ME, the book wo Although the bulk of this book was just letters and emails the author wrote to her boyfriend in the wake immediate and years long aftermath of his suicide, each of the three sections despair, shifting, and beauty concludes with what she calls a map This material was specific and useful Even though my father s suicide took place 37 years ago, I still found a gr...

  2. says:

    Sarah poignantly uses emails she wrote to her fianc John after his death to share the story of their life together while simultaneously sharing her grief journey Having lost a loved one to suicide myself, I could relate to many of her feelings the searing pain, the feeling of guilt, the constant if onlys and the waves of grief that change in magnitude and spacing over time Sarah s hard learned guidance provides hope and will help other survivors navigate the difficult path in front of them T Sarah poignantly uses emails she wrote to her fianc John after his death to share the story of their life together while simultaneously sharing ...

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