So Sorry for Your Loss: How I Learned to Live with Grief, and Other Grave Concerns

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Price
$17.99  $16.73
Publisher
Union Square & Co.
Publish Date
Pages
240
Dimensions
5.58 X 8.25 X 0.6 inches | 0.68 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781454947608

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About the Author
Dina Gachman is an award-winning journalist, Pulitzer Center Grantee, and a frequent contributor to the New York Times, Vox, Texas Monthly and more. She's a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter, and the author of Brokenomics: 50 Ways to Live the Dream on a Dime. She lives near Austin, Texas, with her husband and son.
Reviews
"Journalist Gachman (Brokenomics) delivers a poignant, personal exploration of grief...Gachman perceptively puts words to the uncomfortable realities of loss...and deconstructs its social myths, helping readers feel less alone. Those facing loss will find solace here."
--Publishers Weekly

"So Sorry for Your Loss is a monument to the work of remembering and a testament to the immutable love of family and the grief that forever changes us. Dina Gachman writes with compassion and honesty, at once heartbreakingly human and mordantly funny. Suffused with tender emotion and unsparing reflection on what it means to lose, how we grieve, and how we survive that grief, So Sorry for Your Loss is a deeply moving book that will never leave you."
--Lauren Hough, New York Times bestselling author of Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing

"So Sorry for Your Loss is a powerful and indispensable book that is unlike any book on grief that I've previously found. Gachman shares her own moving story while offering advice that is both clear and forgiving. The world is full of books that tell you what not to say to someone grieving; I love that Gachman stresses that (with only a few exceptions) anything is better than silence. This is a book suffused with humor and grace, and one that I will keep close at hand to help guide me when I need to comfort others--and myself."
--Will Schwalbe, New York Times bestselling author of The End of Your Life Book Club

"Dina Gachman's So Sorry for Your Loss is a collection of essays that masterfully explores grief in all its sacred intricacies. It is vulnerable and generous, and while anyone who has experienced grief knows nothing can alleviate its sting, it does offer us a valuable comfort: that you are not alone."
--Marisa Renee Lee, author of Grief Is Love

"A luminous collection examining collective and individual grief. In her moving essays, Gachman takes readers on a wide and careful journey, one that made me feel less alone, and thankful for her deep empathy and intelligence."
--Amanda Eyre Ward, New York Times bestselling author of The Jetsetters and The Lifeguards

"Dina gives us a glimpse into the complicated emotions, logistics, and emptiness that happen with the death of a loved one. Luckily for us, she is also adept at finding humor where you least expect it to be found, which serves to make her book even more well-rounded and universal. This is a book to be savored."
--Wendi Aarons, author of I'm Wearing Tunics Now

"Dina Gachman writes about grief with humor, sensitivity, and loving compassion. Using her own experience as a jumping-off point, she employs her reporting skills to interview several other sources about their professional and personal views on loss. This is a beautiful chance for anyone to deepen their own understanding of what it means to be human."
--Sara Benincasa, author of Agorafabulous! and Real Artists Have Day Jobs

"Candid, illuminating, and necessarily playful, Dina Gachman's So Sorry for Your Loss balances the author's grief over the loss of her mother and sister with smart reflections, while lacing insights from experts throughout. Gachman not only welcomes readers into her own loss journey, but offers meaningful recognition, genuine solace, valuable resources, and even comfort recipes. So Sorry for Your Loss is a meditation on loss that reminds us how to go on living."
--Deirdre Fagan, author of Find a Place for Me and The Grief Eaters