5,742 Days: A Mother's Journey Through Loss by Anne-Marie Cockburn
By Anne-Marie Cockburn
On twentieth July 2013 15-year-old Oxford schoolgirl Martha Fernback died unexpectedly after swallowing part a gram of MDMA powder, extra widely recognized as ecstasy. inside hours her mom, Anne-Marie Cockburn, started to write down her emotions which will channel her surprise and check out to make feel of the tragic lack of her simply baby. From an early age Anne-Marie has used writing to attempt to make experience of her existence. This fresh tragedy propelled her out of the shadows and gave her the arrogance to proportion her writing with the realm. during this ebook we subscribe to her in actual time on her surprising and agonising trip, as she offers with the impractical calls for positioned upon a grieving unmarried father or mother, starts off to deal with the realities of lifestyles on her personal and faces as much as a destiny she might by no means have expected.
From the instant Martha died, Anne-Marie recognized that she nonetheless had a destiny, a lifestyles to dwell. This revealing, emotional and, finally, uplifting ebook indicates how she used the paintings of writing, mixed with decided self-belief, to lead her in this negative time.
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