From Sh!tshow to Afterglow: Putting Life Back Together When It All Falls Apart

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$28.00  $26.04
Seal Press (CA)
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6.3 X 9.3 X 1.0 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author
Ariel Meadow Stallings is a Seattle-based publisher, author, media commentator, event producer, and web community mobilizer. Her work has been featured by the New York Times, Today show, and the Guardian. She lives in Seattle.

"Ariel Meadow Stallings' compassionate insights, wicked sense of humor, and sharp, self-deprecating writing make this book a balm to soothe even the most raging of shitshows. Deftly addressing the mental, physical, and metaphysical impacts of trauma and heartbreak, From Sh!tshow to Afterglow is a raw, honest, and accessible tool for healing in these wildly uncertain times."--Kristen J. Sollée, author of Witches, Sluts, Feminists
"Look: I'm not saying anything bad will happen to you, but if it does, From Sh!tshow to Afterglow is the only book you'll want to see on the bedside table. Ariel Meadow Stallings is no-bullshit -- and all kinds of funny, frank, and smart. I'm glad this book exists to help readers pick up the pieces"--Sarah Knight, New York Times bestselling author of Calm the F*ck Down
"This is the perfect book for anyone who's been metaphorically thrown from the horse of life. With intense honesty and wit, Ariel Meadow Stallings guides us through the darkest shadows of her (and our own) fears while sprinkling in just the right amount of scientific research and practical tips in every chapter."--Buster Benson, author of Why Are We Yelling
"A much needed book for anyone who has ever dealt with loss at any level. Ariel is the friend with the exact advice and reassurance you've been searching for. You'll laugh, cry, and finally feel at peace with life's constant changes that are out of our control." --Samantha Matt, author of Average is the New Awesome