Don't Ask Why
A memoir about the raw truths of tragedy, grief, trying faith and surviving loss in a society that doesn't understand.
In Don't Ask Why, Crystal Bell writes with deep insight about the messy and unspoken truths of death, loss grief and healing. She offers a profound approach to surviving "real life" and doing away with the unrealistic judgement and expectations of a culture that just wants to "solve" grief. She walks readers right through her gruesome experience of struggling with a life ambushed by cancer.
Crystal shares hysterical, moving and painfully honest stories about her journey as a triplet that ends up motherless. Don't Ask Why delivers readers an up-front, frank viewpoint about the raw and lasting effects of a mother's mortality. Bell helps to console and comfort the grieving in learning to live with the acceptance of death, overcoming substantial mourning, rebuilding diminished faith and surviving the motherload of all losses.