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Official Release Date: August 18, 2022

About The Contributing Author

Dana Lewis
BEST-SELLING AUTHOR | ENTREPENEUR | SPEAKER / PODCASTER

Stress expert, nutrition hacker, and professional speaker, Dana Lewis empowers people to stop “Faking Fine”, with a focus on Stress Management, Mindset Mastery and the human Microbiome. She has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering and, in her own words, her “real super power is helping others master the daily habits that consistently deliver more joy, energy, and success”.

Ms. Lewis consults with major corporations through executive coaching, workshops, and public speaking to help people make simple, sustainable changes to their daily habits that lead to serious improvements in their quality of life.⁣ Everything she does comes from a place of personal experience, efficiency and science. 

Dana has 3 boys, loves being a super mom, and in her spare time, helping multitasking mamas ditch Brain Fog, Fatigue & a 𝘭𝘦𝘴𝘴-𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘯 Metabolism with her website, coaching and podcast “Stop Faking Fine”. Follow Dana on IG @msdanalewis, or check out her website at www.danalewis.com .

About The Anthology

We've all heard the "tragedy to triumph" stories of people from all walks of life, how they suffered unimaginable pain and setbacks; only to magically rise up and change their lives for the better.

In widowhood - we see the same stories. People who turned their "pain into purpose" and bounced back - moving forward with new joys, new loves, and a renewed outlook on their next chapters of life.

What we don't hear about - is the TRUTH about "bouncing back"...

In this real and raw collection, 10 Christian women from different backgrounds, ages, and stages of widowhood reveal their journeys of self discovery, and uncover the very unexpected truth about 'bouncing back'.

 This encouraging compilation aims to connect to widowed people in the midst of their healing, and offers enlightenment and kinship in the journey of consistently (repeatedly!) bouncing back after spousal loss.


...Stuck. That’s exactly where I was. I was in a place where I was going through the motions day after day, but didn’t feel like I was really moving the needle on my life. Have you ever felt this way? For me this is where it started; living life in survival mode, living a (probably) better than average life, but I lacked enthusiasm about it. I felt empty.
 

- Excerpt, Chapter 5: From Settling to Soaring: My Bounce-Back story

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