You Don’t Know Just How I Feel, by Gwendolyn O. Burton launches today
FAITH NEWS SERVICE – You Don’t Know Just How I Feel will be Free to Download Tomorrow (6/21/2022)
Gwendolyn O. Burton presents her newest book, You Don’t Know Just How I Feel: Hope for the Grieving Heart.
In You Don’t Know Just How I Feel, Gwendolyn Odom Burton seeks to connect with readers in a way that offers hope, inspiration, and courage after the loss of a loved one.
After three miscarriages, Gwendolyn Odom Burton thought she knew how to navigate grief. But when her adult son dies from sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP), grief takes her down a different path. You Don’t Know Just How I Feel offers gentle validation, highlights common grief experiences rarely discussed and often minimized, and provides insight for fostering sympathetic and empathetic dialogue for the bereaved and those in supporting roles.
Gwendolyn O. Burton’s You Don’t know Just How I Feel will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (6/21/2022–6/25/2022). Click here to view. You Don’t Know Just How I feel is rated a 5.0 by those who have purchased the book. Here’s what some of the reviewers have said (copied directly from Amazon):
Jeneil Hunt Magloire
5.0 out of 5 stars This is an amazing book for all!
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2022
This book touched some of the deepest parts of my soul. The author penned the book from her heart to my heart, and the heart of all who will read it. It engaged me from the very beginning, where the author begins with her personal grief journey. It informed me of more effective ways of being a support to others who are grieving, as well as, being supportive to myself as I continue to move forward through the various facets of my grief. Ms. Burton’s insights from her experiences, and that of others, brought me to tears in some areas and laughter in others…all of which I could relate to at some point in my own life. The timing of this book is impeccable. I reccomend this book to anyone who has a heart.
5.0 out of 5 stars Helpful Resource
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2022
I have friends who have lost loved ones and I haven’t been able to relate to what they’re feeling because I haven’t lost a close family member or friend. Gwen’s descriptions of her grief process showed me what my friends might be going through. I thought her advice for what friends can do to support those who are grieving was clear, concise, and valuable. This book is a helpful resource for both those who are grieving and those who are connected to them.
For More Information: For more questions or to schedule an interview about this press release please contact Gwendolyn Burton at 303-913-8577 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Author
After three miscarriages and an adult son who passed away from sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP), Gwendolyn Burton is uniquely qualified to help others navigate their grief journey by discussing common challenges and misconceptions. She studied with grief expert David Kessler, founded Sisters in Solace (SiS), a support group for mothers of child loss, and is a Certified Grief Educator. Gwendolyn enjoys physical fitness and lives in Aurora, Colorado, with her husband, son, and three dogs.
Suggested Interview Questions
- Your book offers a unique perspective for people who are experiencing grief. What is the hardest piece about the grieving process?
- Would you share your own grief experience with us?
- How often or how long do the bereaved receive grief support from others?
- It’s understandable that some people have a hard time with tears and emotional pain. What are some ways to best support someone who has lost a loved one?
- Sometimes conversation can be challenging, and even though you mention some examples in your book, what is a common misconception about conversations after loss?
- What are some questions appropriate to ask the bereaved?
- In your book you mention different methods of self-care. Why is this important?
- If someone needed your grief support or needed to support someone grieving, what would you share with them?