The best way to live life after a loved one’s death is to do something that they would have been proud of by turning your scars into stars.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee (PRWEB) May 29, 2015
Jan Wooden Howse lost her husband and her son, yet maintains her belief in one thing above all else: God does no wrong.
It’s fitting, then, that her new book on the subject of her son’s passing is titled “God Does No Wrong.” It focuses on what happens when an everyday person is confronted with great personal tragedy.
“My story has a positive message about channeling the grief from losing someone dear to you into something productive, something healing,” Howse said.
“God Does No Wrong” immortalizes the story of Howse’s son in a touching story grounded in optimism. Death touches all people at one time or another, regardless of race or religion, yet the process of healing is the same.
“The best way to live life after a loved one’s death is to do something that they would have been proud of by turning your scars into stars,” Howse said.
God Does No Wrong
By Jan Wooden Howse
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Google Play
About the author
Jan Wooden Howse lost her husband Walt in 1975 and her son Lee in 1980. Today, she is very comfortable with her own life because she lived every moment of it proudly and in remembrance. In memory of Lee, she received a certified degree to teach up to 4th grade and opened the “Carousel Learning Center”, a highly successful pre-school and day care for children from 6 weeks through 2nd grade. She has been involved in numerous organizations including Self Help for Hard of Hearing, Guide Dogs for the Deaf, teaching Sunday School, and the American Association of Christian Counselors.
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