The Yin and Yang of Loss

· Gloria Ng
Ebook
60
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About this ebook

‘As a Buddhist “mother” of two “children,” I was shocked to receive the news of their death both times. How could they have passed away before me? How could they have gone when they were at the prime of their life? Distraught, I could not let a piece of me die with them. Nor could I let a piece of them die in me.’

THE YIN AND YANG OF LOSS is a successor’s tribute to two people, unique to their bonds of friendship and life circumstances. This eponymous work succeeds an anthologized piece that first debuted in Red Skirt, Blue Jeans: True Stories from the Berkeley Public Library Memoir Writers and features:

* images/illustrations/photographs that accompany the text

* foot, hand and ear treatments for leisure and reflection

* questions for discussion and journaling

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About the author

Gloria Ng, a healing arts practitioner and state-certified reflexology instructor in her pre-motherhood heyday, is mom to three spirited children. Her current self-help reflexology program comes in the form of putting her foot down on bedtime routines to maintain sanity for the night owl chaos of creativity. Gloria can help advance self-awareness and contributive living via her speaking gigs, workshops, and coaching/training/webinar sessions. For Gloria’s latest news, sign up: http://eepurl.com/fSDdD

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