Making Lemonade Book
There are many things that you think you might be prepared for in your life, losing your sibling is not one of them. In December 1996, Zander Sprague’s sister was murdered. All of a sudden, he found himself thrust into a very unfamiliar world. Even with all the love and support of his friends and family, he found that he alone had to choose a positive pathway to healing and recovery.
This book is for anyone who has lost a sibling and wants guidance on how they to can find their own positive pathway.
Excerpt Questions from the book:
- Do you cry easily at the thought or mention of your brother or sister’s name?
- Do you and your family talk about how you were feeling, memories, things that remind you of your sibling? Do you talk about him or her now?
- What have you forgotten about him or her? Do you have things that can help you remember?
- Have you done any creative projects to remember or in some way comment on how you are feeling about your loss? (i.e.: writing, film/video production, music, etc.)
Poignant, Powerful, and Inspiring, Making Lemonade: Choosing A Positive Pathway After Losing Your Sibling is a wonderful book for those who have lost a sibling. I am happy that there is a book to help this underserved community.
Aurora Winter Author of From Heartbreak to Happiness