Bittersweet

Bittersweet
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Publisher : Viking
Total Pages : 296
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ISBN-10 : 0241300681
ISBN-13 : 9780241300688
Rating : 4/5 (688 Downloads)

Book Synopsis Bittersweet by : Susan Cain

Download or read book Bittersweet written by Susan Cain and published by Viking. This book was released on 2022-04-21 with total page 296 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Loss and impermanence are inescapable, part of the warp and weft of our lives. They are essential to love, to growth, and to art. And yet, too often, we do not acknowledge loss, let alone honour the experience of it. Illuminating, thoughtful, and deeply necessary, Susan Cain's new book will help us to name and value the experience of loss, pointing the way toward ways of being and rituals that help us to accept it rather than bury it. Blending memoir, reportage, and social science, it will reveal that joy and loss exist in equilibrium; that vulnerability, or even a melancholy temperament, can be a strength; and that embracing our inevitable losses makes us more human and more whole.


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