Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying is about embracing life after a loss. In a warm and simple format, this book provides five encouraging steps to help readers go from loss to laughter. Those steps are: losing, learning, letting go, living, and finally, laughing. Inspired by the author’s loss of his wife at the age of 34, this book is a steadfast compass that offers hope and resilience to anyone trying to navigate through trying times.
“If life sometimes feels like a bucket full of small dark stones, Allen Klein’s insights are like bright pennies waiting to be found.” —Stephen Kiernan, author of Last Rights
“This book does the impossible—it turns the dark into something beautiful…a moving, provocative book about life, death, and most importantly, perspective.” —Joseph J. Luciani, Ph.D.