Over 40 Lost 30 is a sensitive, revealing and uplifting journey through a deeply personal story of loss, learning and life. It is also a practical plan for us all as we navigate our own losses and remember that everything painful that we have experienced in the past has made us who we are today.
Hellen Appleby, Executive Coach
Founder - Powerful Growth Group Executive Coaching & Leadership
The movement on Death and Dying reached notoriety in the late 1960's with Elizabeth Kubler Ross' five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. While Ross was concerned with our death from an ontological point of view, that is, as non-being, Bell bypasses the early stages and asks us to do something about it.
After each chapter, the reader is asked to apply principles, on himself/herself, using one's own crossroads. In this way, each one of us can take control of our lives, and, in the tradition of Nietzsche, we can say YES to life.
I'm so impressed how Bell overcame her sense of vulnerability in sharing her stories. It was extremely insightful and thought-provoking, and certainly provided a balanced and logical process to work through in terms of overcoming loss.
A L, Elementary School Educator
Dr. Tyrone J. Krause, MD, Esq., Chairman of Surgery at Jersey City Medical Center
Name, Title, NJ
Elementary School Educator, NJ
EP Bell is incurably positive and is determined to awaken curiosity in others by illuminating potential and possibility in imperfect situations.
The 30 stories of loss journeys reveal a methodology that will help you to create a personal plan to release you from being "stuck" after experiencing adversity.
Bell provides tools to inspire you to consider new options to challenge self imposed limitations that can derail you.
The stories will encourage you to rise up and get energized so that you too can grow more, create more and achieve more by embracing your personal Loss-to-Growth cycles to welcome what lies beyond.