Reviews

“In this lovingly communicated story, Lori shares moving and meaningful lessons from the journey through her grief with the hope that the actions she took, the love she found, and the ultimate peace that came to her will be of support to others.”

JEAN WEISS, WRITER AND CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, FORBES, YOGA JOURNAL, OUTSIDE, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

“Lori’s story is all too common, a loved one taken in an avoidable crash. Motorists run red lights every day and don’t give a second thought to the potential for catastrophic consequences. Lori’s heartfelt healing journey offers wise words of encouragement for anyone seeking solace from grief.”

MARIA WOJTCZAK, BOARD MEMBER, THE RED MEANS STOP TRAFFIC SAFETY ALLIANCE, AND OWNER DRIVINGMBA

“In this beautifully written book you will come to know Lori Koidahl as a fierce survivor advocate for roadway tragedy. Lori has not allowed her grief to lead her down a path of destruction but steer her on a road to recovery. Along her journey she has and will continue to inspire others to make better choices on our roadways. Grief is a life long process that will never go away, we just learn how to manage it in our individual lives. Lori’s book outlines her individual coping methods that are universal to anyone grieving. Lori is a gifted writer, encourager and effectively demonstrates that “action can be the antidote to despair.”

― MELISSA WANDALL, PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL COALITION FOR SAFER ROADS, SPEAKER, ADVOCATE, CONSULTANT SPOKESPERSON