This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart

This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart

Part memoir, part creative journal, This I Know chronicles Susannah’s journey through bereavement and healing, taking the reader on a ride into the possibilities of unravelling — and healing — her own life too. It’s a guidebook of sorts, a collection of thoughts and theories, with creative exercises for you to try, and dreamy light-filled Polaroids dotted throughout the text. It’s a cosy blanket for your heart.

Title:This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780762770083
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  • Barbara

    This book helped me tremendously as I've grieved the loss of my special dog, Frankie, known as the "walk 'n roll dog" this summer (she was in a doggie wheelchair due to disc disease).Susannah's book g...

  • Kristi

    This is a really lovely and inspiring book about overcoming grief, loss and other obstacles to live a heartfelt and authentic life. The writing is breathtaking in parts and the photos are gorgeous. I...

  • Todd

    To "ravel" is to "entangle or confuse". "This I Know" is a story of un-raveling ... untangling or eliminating (reducing? can we ever truly eliminate?) confusion in the life of the author. After a peri...

  • Helen

    Wow, really enjoyed this, great if you have been bereaved but also if you haven't. I didn't do all the exercises rigorously but just reading and thinking about them was good for me...

  • Jenny

    Something different happened when I finished reading This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart. Something that has only happened after watching 10 Things I Hate About You. I immediately wanted to sta...

  • Jill Salahub

    Disclaimer: I love everything Susannah Conway does, her blog, her ecourses, her photography, and now this book, This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart. She is consistently honest, open-hearted and...

  • Lisa

    I felt so connected to this author that it was as if I wrote this book myself. I was drawn to this book after running across Susannah's blog and decided to read it for blogging inspiration and what I ...

  • Kasey Jueds

    Thoughtful and honest. Susannah Conway is a blogger, and her book is quite blog-like, in a good way--very personal, very immediate, very heart-felt. It's also full of her polaroid photographs (there s...

  • Amelia Maness-gilliland

    While I enjoy this authors blog on occasion- I really did not understand the purpose of the book- it felt disjointed- it was also a very similar experience as her course- no new material really. The w...

  • Barb Lawrence

    Quite possibly the most profoundly important book I've read. Susannah spills her heart and soul on those pages and spoke directly to me. I bought copies for my friends, and as I go into health coachin...