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Flowing With The Go

byElena Stowell

Paperback | July 1, 2012

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Winner of three awards---a 2012 eLit Award, a 2013 Indie Next Generation Award, and a 2013 Living Now award---"Flowing with the Go-A Jiu-Jitsu Journey of the Soul" is the story of one woman's path through grief. For what seemed like a lifetime and probably was, Elena Stowell wandered aimlessly in a personal prison of self-doubt and lack of purpose after her fifteen-year-old daughter Carly died suddenly before her eyes. By some combination of miracle and necessity, she walked into a Seattle area Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gym and rolled for the first time in her life. Through that experience and others that followed, Elena discovered the tenets of the martial art form and healing were the same. With a ripping raw honesty and refreshing balance of humor and introspection, Elena’s story reminds us to never stop panning for the gold within ourselves.
Elena Stowell, a high school biology and AP biology teacher lives with her family in Kent, Washington. When Elena's daughter Carly died suddently in April of 2007 (a week from her fifteenth birthday), Elena was devastated as any mother would be. The rest of her life became about surviving the grief. With the support and encouragement o...
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Title:Flowing With The GoFormat:PaperbackDimensions:148 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:July 1, 2012Publisher:Boutique of Quality BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1937084620

ISBN - 13:9781937084622

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must Read!! Elena Stowell's writing is down to earth and accessible to readers of all walks of life. Without detracting from the focus, her jokes bring levity to a difficult subject while driving her point home. She shoots straight and isn't ashamed to admit the good, the bad and the ugly of what and how she feels - feelings that many of us also have but are afraid to voice out loud - and as a result the reader no longer feels so alone. With quotes from Star Wars to Mother Theresa to Kurt Vonnegut to Wonder Woman to Kahlil Gibran and Jake sully, as you read Stowell's journey, you see her become stronger through her struggle and you know that you will too.
Date published: 2018-02-01