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It's Ok That You're Not Ok: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn't Understand

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Megan Devine tells the truth about loss, and in doing so, she normalizes an experience that has been censored and stigmatized.

In wide ranging, insightful, deep conversations, Megan talks with people about their often invisible losses - and what they’ve learned about being seen and supported in difficult times.Get the best-selling book on grief in over a decade, It’s Ok that You’re Not OK, wherever you get books. Most people in grief do realize that others are trying to show they care when they say these things. I also wondered if Devine could have dedicated more space to exploring or naming how other cultures process grief. A great book I would recommend to those who are in the process of grieving, want to support a loved one who’s grieving, or who desire to learn more about grief overall. It is a very human book, full of grace, permission to feel, and written in a way that it does not come off as one of those 'self-help' books.

Megan Devine approaches this topic from two sides; being a professional therapist and grief-counselor, as well as having experiences the deep grief and trauma of witnessing the accidental death of her partner.Fantastic narration by Megan Devine and a book to truly treasure because when someone like Megan truly provides a universal consideration of Grief so very poignant to listen to and one that I truly believe in then it stands out and it is a book I'll always cherish because it structures our lives when everything else has crumbled.

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