Wandering in the Wilderness of Grief” Reveals the Path to a New Life After the Death of a Loved One

“Widow’s Walk: Wandering in the Wilderness of Grief”: a story of hope in the face of loss. “Widow’s Walk: Wandering in the Wilderness of Grief” is the creation of published author, Barbara Fusco. Barbara Fusco was an only child who grew up on a farm in New Jersey where her love of nature was evident from the beginning. Upon completing a BS in 1963 from University of Pennsylvania in East Stroudsburg, she met Eugene Fusco, who she married six weeks later. After raising two daughters and twenty-five years of marriage, they fulfilled their lifelong dream by moving to Chincoteague Island, Virginia to live on the water. She remarried seventeen years after her husband’s untimely death. She currently divides her time between Chincoteague Island and Bordentown, New Jersey.

“’Your husband has to be rushed to OR. He needs to have a chest tube put in to drain pleural fluid. Everyone we’ve seen like this is malignant. Don’t you have family in New Jersey? We think you’d better go back there.’ Thus, begins the first step of the wanderings—from diagnosis, through death, and followed by the first two years of widowhood. Grief is multiplied. Within several weeks, her family of eight—daughters, sons-in- law, grandchildren, and beloved twelve-year-old cat—had shrunk to two. Based on daily journal entries, this is a present-tense, transparent, honest journey of a woman’s psychological and theological search for meaning, wholeness, and healing.” –Barbara Fusco

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Barbara Fusco’s new book is the story of her lose and her discovery of a way forward.

Based on the author’s own journal entries, this is an open and heartfelt account of her psychological and theological search for meaning, wholeness, and healing. Her…

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