➸ The Dive Free ➮ Author Dipika Kohli – Bassgrotto.co.uk

The Dive The Dive Begins Where The Elopement Ends, When Karin Malhotra Lands In The Pacific Northwest After Nearly Four Years In Southwest County Cork, Ireland She D Felt Smothered As A Newlywed In A Rural, Quiet Landscape, And Yearned For A New Start, In A Big City, Alone But What Karin Can T Fathom Is What S To Come When She Does, At Last, Find One Thing That Promises Ultimate Joy A First, Very Much Wanted Pregnancy.Except, There S A Catch Something S Wrong With The Foetus.The Dive Is The Story Of The Anguish Of A Mother To Be, Faced With A Heartwrenching Choice That Will Change Forever Her Ideas About The Right Thing To Do What Do You Do When Modern Science Gives You The Information You Know With Your Head You Need, But Feel In Your Heart You Don T Want How Do You Make A Choice When Somehow, Because Of Sheer Odds, You Happen To Know Too Much The Landscape Is Wet In Seattle, But Cool Greys Are A Hint Of What It S Like To Live In A City That Doesn T Want To Get Emotional The Dive Encounters People Of All Social Ranks, And Distinguishes Through Their Actions And Words How They Wrangle With Emotionally Difficult Circumstances What Counts As True Compassion What About Principles What Do You Do When You Re Faced With Two Choices, But They Re Both Incredibly Bad Who Gets To Decide What It Means To Achieve Your Full Potential Ultimately, This Is A Story Of Recognizing What Compassion Looks, And Importantly, Feels Like The Dive Celebrates What It Means To Be Human To Falter, To Then Stand Up, And Press On.This Is My True Story Names Have Been Changed But Otherwise Everything Is Relayed As It Happened.


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    I wrote this story hoping other people could connect about something hard that happens, which we don t talk about a lot in our modern culture.Loss.A specific kind of loss, though.Pregnancy loss.Of course, no two people have the same experience of lost pregnancy But when I open up about this, with women of all ages I meet, I discover my story isn t s...