Strength in the Storm: When A Loved One Dies
When a loved one dies, there are no words to describe the feeling. Through all the pain and heartache, having to deal with the routine of everyday life can make the situation even harder to bear.
From the intriguing details of the Widowhood Rites, to the final journey from pain to purpose, this soulful experience story ignites a flame of hope in times of adversity.
Indeed, in each and every paragraph of this book, the author connotes an unwavering strength that she acquired in the midst of her storm; an encouragement to others that they can pass through such a painful loss, conquer their fears, and come out even stronger.
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Matilda Amissah-Arthur is a retired professional librarian who has worked with the public library, the Balme Library, University of Ghana and the British Council. She currently runs an NGO, BREAKING THE MYTH.
She has consulted for USAID Ghana, DFID, the Ministry of Education, local and foreign publishers.
As the wife of the former Vice President, Mr. Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, she was very active, promoting literacy, setting up libraries and championing the cause of the disadvantaged and donating hospital supplies to clinics and hospitals throughout the country.
She spends her time writing children's books and working with the bereaved: widows, widowers and their children, to help them find purpose through their pain.