‘The Courage to Grieve’ shares one man’s account of losing his wife
David W. Ingram announces the publication of his memoir
SPRINGTOWN, Texas – In “The Courage to Grieve: My Story of Love, Loss, Grief, and Hope” (published by Archway Publishing), author David W. Ingram narrates his journey through grief as he learns to live without his wife, Kimberly.
The memoir describes Ingram’s love and devotion during his wife’s four years with colon cancer, and the aftermath of Kimberly’s death. “The Courage to Grieve” reveals how Ingram drew on his faith in God in an attempt to keep his sorrow at bay. Written during the year after his wife died, the book offers insights into how the author slowly transitioned from despair to find hope and the glimpse of recovery while coming to terms with the loss of his wife.
“I want the reader to know that even though they feel alone they are not,” Ingram says. “I want them to know that things can get better, they can recover, and that there can be a future of hope and love… (but) recovery is not for the weak at heart. A person needs to be courageous and be willing to fight to live again.”
“The Courage to Grieve”
By David W. Ingram
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781480841628
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781480841604
E-Book | 220 pages | ISBN 9781480841611
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
David W. Ingram is a retired, 25-year veteran of the Fort Worth Police Department. A Texas native and graduate of Midwestern State University, Ingram retired from policing to become a full-time caregiver to his wife, Kimberly, of 30 years. He now owns and manages a small ranch in Springtown, just miles from the farm where he grew up.
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