Gracelyn Bateman is an author, co-founder of Luna Peak Foundation, and a grief advocate. With a background in sociology and personal experience of the sudden loss of her father, she set out to humanize the taboo topic of grief through photography and storytelling. Her mission is to help people not feel alone in their grief. Her latest book Beyond Grief shares 80 grief photographs, mementos, and stories to show how others process and navigate their life after loss. Her work at Luna Peak uplifts multicultural survivor stories and gives survivors a safe platform to share. She was born and raised in Southern California and loves to hike and play the ukulele with her grandfather.
https://www.lunapeakfoundation.org/ (find books there)
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