Creating a Space to Let Yourself Heal Foreword by Stephen Levine
Grief touches each of us at some point during our lives, and we are often unprepared for the emotions that can arise. If you have experienced loss, this comforting guide provides both profound inspiration and practical guidance to help you heal and transform your grief...
Emmy is a shy, sheltered 16-year-old when her mom, Kate, sends her to eastern Washington to an aunt and uncle she never knew she had. Fifteen years earlier, Kate had abandoned her sister, Beth, when she fled her painful past and their fundamentalist church. And now Beth believes Emmy’s participation in a faith healing is her last hope for having a child. Emmy goes reluctantly, but before long she knows she has come home. She feels tied to the rugged landscape of coulees and scablands. And she meets Reuben, the Native American boy next door. Here is a novel where land and place exist as their own characters; it is a quiet and lovely gem of a book.