ELLEN SUE STERN has written 20 books – translated into 14 languages- including Living with Loss: Meditations for Grieving Widows and Widowers, Expecting Change, The Indispensable Woman, Running on Empty, Loving an Imperfect Man, He Just Doesn’t Get It, Meditations for Newlyweds, Reflections for Expectant Moms, Reflections for New Moms, Divorce is Not the End of The World, Yawn: Bedtime Reading for Insomniacs, The Relationship Toolkit, Words of Inspiration for People with MS and Other Chronic Illness. Thousands of people have attended her workshops on relationships, life balance, pregnancy, parenting, overcoming adversity, and coping with the ups and downs of everyday life. She’s been on Oprah!, Montel Williams, Lifetime TV, and numerous other national and international media. ESS interviews, essays, and quotes can be found on Match.com, CNN.com, Sports Illustrated, Parenting Magazine, The Washington Post, American Jewish World, WebMd, Marie Claire, American Baby Magazine, the Mumbai Mirror, and other national and international media. Minneapolis is home. Heaven is anywhere sunny. She loves words, sleeps late, has zero experience at designing websites, and believes that nothing is too good to be true.
The revised version of LIVING WITH LOSS: Meditations for Grieving Widows has been adapted for grieving widowers, retitled as
I WILL NOT FORGET YOU
Daily Meditations for Grieving Widows and Widowers
The book will be available early June as a trade paperback and e-book at Amazon.com.
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Complimentary Download of Living with Loss in memory of Brittany Maynard and her legacy to honor our right to choose death with dignity through Choice and Compassion.
Excerpt from new adaptation for grieving widows AND widowers
DEATH WITH DIGNITY
On November 2nd, 2014, Brittany Maynard, age 29, made history by choosing to end her own life after a diagnosis of late stage brain cancer that would claim her life within the six months. Her decision was made with the blessing of her family who relocated to Oregon to take advantage of the Death With Dignity legislation that enabled her to choose when and how to spend her final days, on her terms, while she still had the mental capacity to make an informed decision.
It was a historic decision, one that made media headlines, and, more importantly, opened the much-needed debate on the right to die. Which made it no less heartbreaking for her husband, Dan Diaz, who has made it his mission to continue her advocacy. In his bittersweet words: “It truly was the most peaceful experience you could ever hope for when you talk about a person’s passing,” Diaz said. “The suffering and the torment and everything she had gone through — that was finally lifted.”
Her legacy will grace the lives and ease the suffering of others to come.
AFFIRMATION: IT IS MY LIFE. IT IS MY CHOICE.
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