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Moving from Grief in Cornwall

4.7  ·  Rating Details ·  10 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
How do you deal with your partner's terminal diagnosis? This book takes the reader on a journey from shock and later grief to moving on. There is hope after a partner's death. For me moving on took the form of settling in Quito, Ecuador on my own and solo travelling to other parts of South America.
Kindle Edition, second, 87 pages
Published August 23rd 2014
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Albina Hume
Dec 25, 2015 Albina Hume rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A true inspiration for those who need a new hope!

Barbara Webb's memoir From Cornwall to the Andes is not only a grief story of a woman who lost to a cancer her beloved husband, Richard, but a story of a unique woman who can offer a new hope to anyone with a light of inspiration to build a future without regrets.
I was intrigued and enlightened with Barbara's deep knowledge of spiritual world, the meaning of living life in a present and about moving on and letting go where she remarkably offered
Rosie Reast
Dec 09, 2015 Rosie Reast rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A deeply personal account of a journey through grief. reading this book helped me understand how to better support friends who are grieving. I loved the snatches of Cornish scenery and life in South America.
Although a short book is a great read that ended too soon.
Elizabeth O'Neill
Nov 21, 2016 Elizabeth O'Neill rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
'From Cornwall to the Andes' by Barbara M Webb, reviewed by Elizabeth O'Neill author of 'The Killing of John, John and John'
Barbara Webb's memoir is not only a story of grief but also a tale of hope. Most of us in a lifetime will experience the loss of a loved one and rightly so, will be devastated, heartbroken and lonely.
How then do we find the courage to take one more step forward? When we have in a sense lost part of ourselves, part of the life that once was.
Barbara shares with us her experie
Whistlers Mom
Jun 10, 2015 Whistlers Mom rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
"Grief is the price we pay for loving and being loved." This author is a a sensitive, intelligent woman who has led a varied and fascinating life. I'm sure she has many stories to tell and I would like to hear them all. In this book she tells the story of her husband's death and her early years as a widow. Like all bereaved, she must cope with grief, loneliness, fear, and anger while figuring out how to make a fulfilling, meaningful life for herself as a single woman.

Her husband's diagnosis of t
Deb McEwan
May 21, 2016 Deb McEwan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
From Cornwall to the Andes is the story of one woman’s struggle with her husband’s diagnosis of cancer, his suffering and subsequent death. It is also the story of how she decided to live her life after the death of the man she loved dearly.
Both heartbreaking and inspirational, I cried in parts and shouted ‘go girl!’ in others.
Barbara Webb displayed great courage and strength in her actions and in sharing her account. I truly believe that this book has the potential to help others who have to
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