Rosanne Groover Norris is looking to share her experience with grief and loss in a new self-help guide titled “beLEEve.” The book is a compilation of a dozen journals written by the author, after losing her thirty-year-old son. In line with her goal of assisting other parents who are going through a similar experience, Rosanne will also be donating $1 for every “beLEEve” paperback copy sold to Helping Parents Heal.
Losing a loved one can be devastating and it often hits differently, depending on the person involved. It can be more telling for women who lose their children after years of bonding and being together. Over the years, several guides and tips have been offered by different people, including psychologists, to help people cope with their loss. Unfortunately, many of the available guides have done little to help their users as they are somewhat abstract, especially as most authors find it difficult to personify the process. However, Rosanne Groover Norris is looking to make a difference and make the process a lot easier and faster with the release of beLEEve.
In “beLEEve – A Journey of Loss, Healing, and Hope,” Rosanne teaches readers how to live a fruitful life even after the passing of a loved one. “I want the reader to know that death is not the end of life. Life continues and so can a relationship with your child (or any loved one),” said Rosanne.
The book also helped Rosanne through the grieving process, even as she exposes some intimate feelings, giving a raw and authentic account of the tumultuous day-to-day and emotional swings associated with the process of grief and spiritual unfolding.
“beLEEve” has already started to receive accolades from different quarters for its rich and impactful content. “Shattered and broken by the loss of her son, Rosanne opens her heart in a way she never dreamed possible. It is a story of courage and love as she heals through the darkness and despair to the light of hope. Her story is emotionally charged and, at times, you can feel where her tears fell on the words as she wrote them. Lee is her greatest gift and always will be her greatest teacher,” said Jane Seybold.
Rosanne will be donating $1 per paperback copy sold to Helping Parents Heal an organization dedicated to helping parents heal after the loss of a child.
Published by As You Wish Publishing, “beLEEve: A Journey of Loss, Healing and Hope” is currently available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle formats.