Author Jan Wigen’s Newly Released “My Heart Is Broken” is a Look Into Grief and How Relationships Outlast Death

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“My Heart Is Broken” from Christian Faith Publishing author Jan Wigen covers the death of loved ones and how relationships never truly die.

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“My Heart Is Broken”: aims to help the bereaved deal with loss and learn how relationships transform rather than end after death. “My Heart Is Broken” is the creation of published author, Jan Wigen, a nationally certified drug and alcohol counselor and the retired director of the Lincoln County Alcohol Center. Additionally, the author has served as a prevention specialist in the Wilbur public schools and is presently an elementary school counselor.

“We all need close friends that help us to get through the tough times in life. Who are those special people in your life? Who are the ones that you can share those times with?” - Jan Wigen

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Jan Wigen’s new book helps those grieving, process what they are feeling and turn it into a positive force. In the author’s book, readers will see that death transforms relationships into something different, but none the less real.

After the death of the author’s granddaughter the author felt lost and felt an overwhelming sadness toward what had happened. This feeling subsided through the help of the author’s friends, family and faith.

While circumstances may be different and the paths that people take through grief may differ, this book offers encouragement and guidance to those in need.

View a synopsis of “My Heart Is Broken” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “My Heart Is Broken” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “My Heart Is Broken”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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