Clare Mackintosh I Promise It Won't Always Hurt Like This

Friday 3 May 2024

Crowne Plaza Hotel

When the bestselling writer lost her five-week-old son, she searched for help in books. But discovered that there are no neat, labelled stages for grief, or crash grief-diets to relieve us of our pain. Grief is universal, but it's also as unique to each of us as the person we've lost. It can be overwhelming, exhausting, lonely, unreasonable, there when we least expect it and seemingly never-ending. She talks to writer Cathy Rentzenbrink, author of A Manual for Heartache, about the 18 compassion assurances that helped her find the way forward.

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