Grace, Actually: Faith, Love, Loss & Black Womanhood
by Grace Sandra
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Sandra understands that whether facing divorce or depression, misogynoir or miscarriages, feeling alone is a pervasive burden in addition to the heavy load of loss. If you relate to this angst, Sandra is the writer for you.
Grace, Actually is a brutally honest collection of essays, poems and previously posted blog posts from award winning blogger, Grace Sandra.With vulnerability, transparency and a touch of petty, Grace celebrates the power of faith to overcome a decade of losses in life and love as a black woman hellbent on survival. Exploring the themes of black womanhood, love, loss, love addiction, #MeToo and racial identity; you name the dysfunction or issue Grace Sandra has survived it... postpartum depression, divorce and remarriage, childhood abuse, rape, miscarriages, partner abuse, Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and more.
As a black woman, Grace believes our healing is revolutionary, arguing that with a little faith and a lot of hope we can survive the brutality of ...
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences
Length: 128 Pages (3,922 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Sep 19th, 2019