Maria Housden tells of her own transformation, as a mother, a wife and a woman, as she struggled to cope with the death of her daughter Hannah and make the hardest decision of her life.
At the age of 36, instead of enjoying the perfect family life she had imagined as a child, Maria felt judged and found wanting by others. She realised that, no matter how much she still loved her husband and how powerful her bond of love was with her children, she had to change her life radically – and make it her own again. So began an emotional and enlightening search for herself.
Written in the same moving, lyrical style as 'Hannah's Gift', the story unfolds in a series of painful, joyful and humorous moments, at times heart-wrenchingly sad, but ultimately uplifting.
'Unravelled' reads as stand-alone story, and will also appeal to readers of 'Hannah's Gift', as Hannah and her untimely death are an integral part of the fabric of this story.