Harriet Hodgson wants you to know that you “can create a new life after the loss”. She wants you to know how to be happy again after deep loss. She knows first hand after losing her adult daughter, her father-in-law and the father of her deceased daughter’s twin children all within a nine-month time frame. Harriet and her husband took their twin grandchildren into their home as teens and raised them.
As an expert on grief, Harriet shares quick and reliable help in her book, Happy Again! Your New and Meaningful Life After Loss. She shared that life throws things at you you might not expect, and in fact, you are in charge of your happiness.
“Will I survive? Will I ever be happy again? Questions that Harriet Hodgson asked herself after she was left to raise her twin grandchildren, while grieving for four family members, including her daughter. Harriet reminds us that we are not alone in our grief and, though losses may define our lives, they will not destroy them. This book tugged at my heartstrings. Harriet’s account of a journey from despair to hope is filled with practical suggestions on how to once again have a meaningful life. Happy Again! inspired me and I think it will inspire you.” ~ Heidi Horsley, PsyD, LMSW, Executive Director, Open to Hope Foundation and Adjunct Professor, Columbia University “Harriet Hodgson speaks wisely and compassionately from the very depths of her soul. Engagingly written with personal experiences, psychological insights, and practical wisdom, she transforms crushing tragedy to growth and a positive affirmation of life.” ~ Rabbi Earl Grollman, DHL, DD, author of Living When a Loved One has Died
Harriet Hodgson has been a freelance writer for 36+ years and is the author of 33 books. She is a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists, Association for Death Education and Counseling, and Minnesota Coalition for Death Education and Support. She has appeared on more than 170 talk shows including CBS Radio, dozens of television stations as well as CNN. Learn more at www.harriethodgson.com.
Death is just a transition,
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