Renée R. Bridgewater, like many others, experienced the death of loved ones. She has seen the effect death has had on family and friends. She knows all too well the multitude of emotions that can accompany the grief associated with death. When several members of her immediate family transitioned she asked and believed God for a life larger than her emotional feelings. Renée desperately needed to acknowledge and accept the new normals in order to move forward and continue to live life and not just exist. She changed her perspective on life and death to maintain her joy and peace of mind concerning family and friends’ transitions.
Passionate to do all that she could to help strengthen others overwhelmed with emotions of grief, she decided to write this book. We are to live life and live it more abundantly. Renee acknowledges that no one can do this without knowing, trusting, and leaning on God.
Renée graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. As a wife, mother, grandmother, and friend, Renée cherishes the time she is able to spend with family and friends.
About Her Book – Living Through Death
This book is for you If…
- Your normal life has been turned upside down.
- Everything you trusted and believed in doesn’t go as planned.
- You’ve lost someone or something you loved and now wonder how to continue to live life.
So many of us have lost someone or something we love, and have had to deal with the ups and downs of life. In this book, Renée R. Bridgewater shares how to effectively maneuver through the maze of emotions and rekindle your authentic joy, love, and peace of mind to live your life to the fullest.
Living Through Death is a heart-felt, non-fiction memoir designed to create a paradigm shift in how to think about life in the presence of death. Renée recognizes emotions and feelings can attack the mind especially when one has experienced loss.
Renée discusses various topics and to further help strengthen you, she provides scriptures which eliminated the sting of death. She and others have shared their story of loss and how they continue to live life. Are you ready to make a change in your life?
The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.Henry David Thoureau