- Paperback: 168 pages
- Publisher: AuthorHouse (December 2, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1504927834
- ISBN-13: 978-1504927833
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #320,635 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I Can Laugh Again: From the Valley of Grief to a Glimpse of Heaven Paperback – December 2, 2015
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About the Author
Chloé Taylor Brown is a lifestyle model, girls' and women's advocate, and life coach, a leader in the world of transformational training and whole-life coaching. She hosts a weekly radio show; delivers keynotes and presentations; and conducts personal development, transformational training, and coaching that gets clients out of their head and into their life! Chloé is President and CEO of The Chloé Xperience in Atlanta, Georgia. She is the author of Getting Ready Chloé-Style, Girl-Swag, Determine Your Ideal, and other self-help workbooks. This is her first memoir.
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1. Justin: in the twinkle of an eye, things can go from joyous to tragic.
2. Martial Bliss: A ten-year love affair with an NBA player and an International Super Model, from Miss State to NBA Golden State Warriors to Atlanta Hawks to international teams, from Local runways of Atlanta to Milan to Georgio Armani to Paris. What a team.
3. Baby Boy: What a challenge to give birth without your beloved husband by your side, #NBA-LIFE.
4. He's A Fighter: What a tragedy to watch your child fighting for his life.
5. Special: Have no fear, every small child poops in the pool at least once in their life.
6. Pulling Through: Little people are stronger than us adults sometimes, they pull through often when we are falling apart.
7. Got Game Today: Some kids don't develop at the normal speed of their siblings, but they have different tendencies to make them just as keen minded as the others, little man watched his siblings and when they had game, he had game as well.
8. Summertime: oh the wonders of summertime, no more school, summer camps, visits to family.
9. Praying For A Miracle: when a parent does all they can for a sickly child, then they turn to God and pray for a miracle.
10. Momma: Yes, the birthday party (LOL), really what child plans a surprise birthday party for a mother and invite kids only??? Our mothers mean everything to us, how can we as children fathom living without them.
11. Anywhere But Here: When enduring pain, we must remove ourselves from a place. We must find our laughter again.
12. Love On Reserve: sometimes doctors don't have the answers to our ills, we must turn to the love within ourselves for healing.
13. Visitation: I truly believe that God gives us no more than we can bare. At times He allow us to get to our lowest point so that we can only depend on him. He appears in his own way to restore us. Love is so beautiful when you see that a husband is somewhat healed when he see that his wife is healed.
14. Restorations: Allowing yourself to be totally removed from your current situation for a short period allows restoration and refocus.
15. I Know Something: Remember Job, God allowed him to lose everything BUT then, it was all restored to him. Welcome Joshua.
I remember as a child when my mother would look through a magazine, she'd always start from the back. After reading the first chapter of, I Can Laugh Again, I really wanted to read the last chapter next to see how this all turned out. I promise this is a fabulous read. Warning start reading early or it will keep you up, hard to stop once you get started.
Cuzzo, I loved your book and I hope my little snapshots of the chapters didn't give up too much but instead will lead others to want to read the entire story.
Love you and bless you, Rick and the kids.