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Damn Death Did Us Part: I Went to Work a Wife and Came Home a Widow

Kenna Narducci

A raw account depicting one woman's journey through the first few years of widowhood.

In 2020, the pandemic brought the world to a standstill, and for hair stylist Kenna Narducci, it brought uncertainty and unemployment. With her salon in California shut by government lock downs, she transitioned into the role of housewife and second grade teacher to her son. Eventually the lock downs eased, and Kenna found herself back at work. But the year would take yet another unexpected turn. With one phone call, the trajectory of her life was forever altered. As the reality of her husband's heart attack and sudden passing washed over her, she knew her life would never be the same. How would she tell their son? And how could she go on without her beloved husband?

Nearly four years later, having found the strength and resiliency to propel her forward, Kenna relates how she overcame immeasurable grief to provide support and inspiration to those who have also experienced the unimaginable. In Damn Death Did Us Part, Kenna shares her journey through widowhood, offering a unique perspective on the challenges that come with the sudden loss of a spouse. A raw and powerful look at navigating life as young widow, the book serves as an inspiring companion guide to any widow or widower paralyzed by grief and reminds us how loss connects us, grief guides us, and love saves us.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Palmetto Publishing
  • Publish Date: May 7th, 2024
  • Pages: 54
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.00in - 0.11in - 0.14lb
  • EAN: 9798822940192
  • Categories: Death, Grief, BereavementMotivational & InspirationalDeath, Grief, Bereavement

About the Author

Narducci, Kenna: - Born and raised on the West Coast, Kenna Narducci spent over fifteen years in beauty industry. After the loss of her husband, she relocated to South Carolina with her son. She now thrives as a marketing and events manager, as well as a charismatic bartender. Damn Death Did Us Part is her first book.

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