Grief Help: Oak Hills mother writes book on grief after son’s death

Shortly after Rhonda Crockett Logue’s son Jeremy died, Logue found herself at an unfamiliar bookstore, seemingly by chance.

As she perused the bookshelves, Logue found herself drawn to a particular book from a mother whose son had committed suicide. The book delved into the grieving process and how to cope with the passing of a loved one.

Suddenly, Logue knew what her next step would be — and who was responsible for it.

“Jeremy led me there,” Logue said. “He really wanted to share his story.”

Logue has since thrown herself into what she calls “channeling” her son’s “heavenly perspective” for the book, which was published last November. Titled “Jeremy Shares His Love From Above,” the book serves as a guide for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one.

“Jeremy is on a mission to assist people to not only get through grief, but to live their best life on earth,” Logue said. “Free from sorrow and from grief, because that is not living.”