Rosemary T. Mupambwa – Relationship Coach and Life Transformation Coach and the author of this very powerful book EXHUME OR HEAL – A WIDOW’S MEMOIR GETTING HER GROOVE BACK
The book is about a widow’s journey from the time she lost her husband until when she found healing, love, and transformation. The author, a widow herself, lost her husband in July of 2000 and was left with three children, the youngest was five. All that Rosemary Mupambwa saw in front of her was black. Widowhood had a color, and it was black. … horrifying pain, sorrow, shattering loneliness, insurmountable grief, worry, rejection, betrayal, and hardship. The author takes you from when she bonded with her widowhood baggage; how this kept her stuck and shackled in her brokenness. The author shows that crying about the pain and loss without taking action to heal, is self-destructive behavior. The book goes over different healing therapies the reader can easily try out. Readers learn how to forgive the past and let go of the brokenness and bitterness. Healing and Forgiveness are continuous processes. They are never quick fixes. Rosemary picked up the pieces of what was left and transformed her life. This book prepares you to get back into the dating scene with A BANG! It teaches you techniques for dating smart and becoming a love magnet. This is a must-read book, as it addresses several obstacles faced by a widow and how to overcome them. In the end, you will come out a reinvented and stronger woman, ready to start over again.”
What inspires you to write?
My my experience as a Widow, a single mother of, as an Immigrant to North America, my struggles with unresolved grief trying to be a superwoman to get money to bring my children over to join me in Canada after being separated for 6 years.
I helps me to heal and be real with my past. It has also helped other women in the same predicament not to despair and never to give u on themselves and their families. There is hope after Grief and loss.
Tell us about your writing process.
I create sketches and do some skeletons. I draw a map and some charts sometimes to organize my thoughts,
I also use visualization it helps me to remember my story and my steps I am taking in the writing process.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
My book is non fiction, its a self help
Who are your favorite authors?
Dr Phil McGraw, the book is Called "Dating Smart or Fix The One You Have."
Gregg Michaelsen "He's Gone Now What?" "Who Owns the Cards Now?"
to name a few
Exhume Or Heal, A Widow's Memoir, Getting Her Groove Back" By Rosemary T. Mupambwa
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I did the Indie self publish way it was easier, cheaper and faster.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think the big publishing will be used for bigger companies but most individuals will self publish their books.
What genres do you write?
Self-Help, family and relationships, grief, Dating, Healing, Dating Smart
What formats are your books in?
eBook, Print, Audiobook
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