“A moving read about the emotions you feel when someone betrays your trust or breaks your heart. Combining her personal experience and professional expertise, Stephanie Sarazin paints a clear picture of ambiguous grief and draws a road map toward hope. If you’ve ever experienced the pain of parting with someone who’s still alive, this book will make you feel less alone.” —Adam Grant, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Think Again and Option B
“Soulbroken shines a light on ambiguous grief, which cuts deeply yet has never been fully understood. In this well-crafted and beautifully written book, Stephanie Sarazin not only validates the impact of this type of grief, but offers practical, step-by-step guidance to help make sense of our grief and rebuild meaningful lives moving forward.” —Justin Yopp, PhD, author of The Group Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life
“Stephanie Sarazin humanizes a subset of grievers who have long-gone unrecognized. Not only is “Soulbroken” a recounting of Sarazin’s path in pursuit of healing, but it is also a timely rally cry for ambiguous grievers everywhere, inviting them to join her in boldly stepping out of the shadows to honor their loss and reclaim their light.” —Marisa Renee Lee, author of Grief is Love
“When someone we love dies, there are well-worn ways to grieve and feel supported in our loss. This book is about another kind of loss, and another kind of grief--what Stephanie Sarazin calls “ambiguous grief"--when we lose someone we love to betrayal, divorce, illness, dementia or an assortment of other life-changing ways. Grieving those kinds of losses can feel like a lonely trek through a dark wilderness. This book provides a map, light, support, validation, hope, and healing." —Elizabeth Lesser, cofounder of Omega Institute, and author of the New York Times bestseller, Broken Open, and other books including The Seeker's Guide, Marrow, and Cassandra Speaks.