Stumbling Stones by Airdre Grant
A Path through Grief, Love and Loss

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A wise and important book that explores a subject we talk very rarely about—death and loss—through touching stories and meaningful personal journeys. Stumbling Over Stones is a collection of poignant stories, personal anecdotes, and inspiring wisdom that guides readers in traversing the emotional landscape of loss and grief. It might be grief for a loved one, the ending of a relationship, or loss of a job, but these are obstacles everyone encounters in life and the challenge is in the way we manage them and develop resilience and understanding. Stumbling Over Stones is a beautiful collection that draws on literature, poetry, stories, observations, and reflections to give insights and offer navigation through the rocky paths.

About Airdre Grant

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In a single year, New Zealand–born Dr. Airdre Grant lost a long-term relationship, her cat, dog, father, and twin brother. She took herself on a pilgrimage to Iona in Scotland and to the Himalayas in search of solace, consolation, and insight. Airdre has written in both popular and academic press about the place and importance of love, grief, and loss in all aspects of existence.
Author Residence: Australia
Author Hometown: New Zealand
Published February 1, 2016 by Hardie Grant Books. 129 pages
Genres: Self Help, Parenting & Relationships, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction