Just Be: How My Stillborn Son Taught Me to Surrender
Trauma can shake you and break but it will also wake you and make you. Lindsay’s memoir, Just Be, is not only her story of what happened – but how she evolved to embrace forgiveness and letting go. Evolving through trauma means acknowledging your feelings, not burying them – so that they can teach us and reach on higher that brings peace, joy and reminds us who we really were before the trauma.
My story is about embracing and allowing grief to just BE so that grief could help me find strength and joy through the power and oneness of higher love. Beyond that, Just Be, brings the readers to another level of forgiveness: Which is how to heal trauma that was stuck in my body, thereby releasing the energy cords from the past and future generations within my family. How trauma can get passed down over and over and how to break that cord.
This book is for women who have experienced trauma, particularly mothers. However, this book is for all women, no matter what stage of motherhood they are in or even if they are planning for children or not. It will speak to women in grief from a loss of any kind or previous trauma/crisis who are looking for inspiration on how to forgive, particularly after trauma, and what that means for their spiritual growth, and for the health of their children. This book highlights the bond mothers have with their children from preconception to after birth, and our intuition.
Just Be: How My Stillborn Son Taught Me To Surrender was a 2018 Finalist in the Book Excellence Awards.