Randi Lesnick, former Nashville event planner to the stars and head of Randi Events, is releasing a new memoir, The Me I Never Knew I Could Be, detailing the highs and lows of the past three decades including the loss of her husband Allen.
In The Me I Never Knew I Could Be, Randi bravely documents many of her low points over the years, including her struggles with infertility and breast cancer, the death of her mother, and, of course, the moment when she realized that her husband was gone forever.
“I wanted to write the book because I never wanted to forget,” Lesnick said. “Sometimes we think the solution to getting past hard things is to forget about them, but I didn’t want to do that. I wanted to remember everything—the good and the bad. If this book can help even one person see that there is light at the end of the tunnel, then my husband did not die in vain. The grief doesn’t ever go away, but it does change. And slowly but surely you find that it is possible to live again.”
In addition to publishing her book, Randi will be launching a podcast, The Burden of Grief, and has plans to begin speaking publicly about the silence of mental illness, grief, and her lifelong journey of overcoming adversity.
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