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Joffre McClung

Joffre McClung Updated January 17, 2017

Genre

Type
Non-Fiction

Book Listings

KIRKUS INDIE REVIEWS
Heartfelt reflections on the lessons and strength to be gained from grief and loss.
McClung muses on the spiritual insights learned during the last six months of her best friend’s life in this debut memoir.The author ends each chapter with resonant questions for readers to ponder. McClung has written a thoughtful think piece that also serves as a touching tribute to “one of my greatest teachers during the worst times of her life.” The questions the author presents readers arise appropriately from her narrative and also have universal relevance, including “When is the last time you said you were sorry to yourself or to another?” McClung offers many well-sketched, even funny, anecdotes, including her “outburst” in Target by phone with Rob about buying her outfit.

5 STAR REVIEW FROM READER'S FAVORITES
How Learning To Say Goodbye Taught Me How to Live is an excellent book by Joffre McClung which addresses a range of subjects such as grief, loss, coping with financial troubles, and building inner
spiritual strength. It is an account of real life events leading up to the death of her best friend, Rob, who was diagnosed with cancer. Although Joffre has intense emotions,
she is determined that Rob will heal and cross over in a humane and more fulfilled way. As the story unfolds, I was transfixed by the number of difficulties they went through, and
how bravely and wisely Joffre supported and advised her friend.


Joffre McClung

Author Details

Pen Name
Joffre McClung
Where I Live
Fort Worth Texas
Joffre McClung is a Spiritual/Personal Growth Author, an Inspirational Blogger, a Self-love advocate, and an Independent Filmmaker who wrote produced and directed films with spiritual or empowering themes: Out of the Blue (1992) and Best Wishes (2002 - winner of the “Spirit of the West Award”). Joffre’s first book, How Learning To Say Goodbye Taught Me How To Live, was born out of the personal losses she experienced and chronicled the journey she took with her best friend, Rob, who was diagnosed with stage four cancer. Kirkus Indie Reviews described her first book as, “Heartfelt reflections on the lessons and strength to be gained from grief and loss. McClung has written a thoughtful think piece that also serves as a touching tribute to “one of my greatest teachers during the worst times of her life.”

Joffre is currently publishing her second book, The Heart of the Matter (A Workbook and Guide to Finding Your Way Back to Self-Love).

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