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Grief Diaries: Shattered Paperback – November 1, 2016
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"INSPIRATION . . . Grief Diaries is the result of heartfelt testimonials from a dedicated and loving group of people who believe that by sharing their stories the reader will learn the true devastation that impaired driving causes, and perhaps find inspiration and a renewed sense of comfort as they move through their own journey." -CANDACE LIGHTNER, Founder of Mothers Against Drunk Driving
About the Author
Considered a pioneer in the field of inspirational hope, Lynda Cheldelin Fell is CEO of AlyBlue Media, and creator of the award-winning book series Grief Diaries and Real Life Diaries. She has a passion for storytelling in all forms, and interviews people worldwide through radio, film, and books. Her repertoire of interviews includes Dr. Martin Luther King’s daughter, Trayvon Martin’s mother, sisters of the late Nicole Brown Simpson, Pastor Todd Burpo of Heaven Is For Real, CNN commentators and other societal newsmakers on finding healing and hope in the aftermath of life’s harshest challenges. Learn more at www.LyndaFell.com.
BILL & JULIE DOWNS were born and raised in south Mississippi. When their son, daughter-in-law, and close family friend were killed by an impaired driver in 2007, Bill and Julie founded the nonprofit organization AVIDD. They are dedicated to ending impaired driving by serving as the voice of victims, offer support to survivors, and help educate the public.
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It's has been the worst experience to be told my daughter was killed by a high driver when she snuck out at 17. The pain felt worse than what I imagine death. The pain of living is like being given a life sentence and death being your only way out. The only way to be with the one person you were closest to and couldn't live without. Then to be done wrong by the injustice system and to have your child's intentional killer walk the streets in your own town after only 10 months in jail. I had no clue the laws were so weak in our state. I'd only ever heard of 8 year or longer sentences until I was put in other families' shoes whom I'd never known until then.
This may help prepare you for that battle in court as well as emotionally give you others sharing their pain. It will help ease the loneliness.
Prayers of comfort for any on this painful journey. Be patient with yourself and those around you. Yet be a fighter for your loved one's right to of lived and possibly help save some lives beyond the way.
This is all for you, Ashlyn. Little Momma loves you!