LONG Island Medium Theresa Caputo, 53, has poured all of her heartache and “grief” after divorcing husband Larry into a new tell-all book.
Titled Good Mourning, it will feature insight into Theresa’s split from her husband of 28 years, as well as her tips “moving through everyday losses.”
Long Island Medium star Theresa Caputo has written a new book about her divorce from Larry Caputo [/caption]
In late 2018, the Long Island Medium star revealed the divorce was finalized and she was no long married to Larry, with whom she shares two children — son Larry Jr., 27, and daughter Victoria, 25.
Theresa revealed her new book on Wednesday, showing off its pink-and-white cover with her smiling face front and center.
She captioned the post: “So EXCITED to announce my new book GOOD MOURNING from @harperonebooks is available today for PRE-ORDER wherever you like to buy books.
“I love supporting local so If you’re looking for a signed copy and want to support an independent bookstore, you can pre-order online through my local bookseller, @bookrevueli!
The two finalized their divorce in late 2018, and she is now going to open up all about it in a new memoir[/caption]
The book is titled Good Mourning, and the author will also give readers tips on how to get through ‘everyday losses’[/caption]
The TLC star added: “Grief comes in many forms, death, divorce, loss of job, and it’s my hope this book can help you ritualize and heal from those daily losses.”
The book goes on sale on October 6.
Since the split, Theresa’s been surrounding herself with love from her kids, as well as her daughter’s fiance Michael Mastrandrea.
She enjoyed their company on Mother’s Day last month, celebrated with Victoria and Michael in honor of them buying their first home together and had lots of fun on her birthday last week, thanks to lawn decorations from her family.
Company from her two kids — Victoria and Larry Jr — has helped Theresa with the loss of her marriage[/caption]
She’s been spending a lot of time with both of them lately because of the pandemic[/caption]
In an interview with People, the Long Island Medium star shared how the book will touch on a lot of the difficult times she’s been through but also how she’s come out on the other side.
She explained: “Nothing in life, as we’ve witnessed over the past several months, is a guarantee.
“This pandemic has really opened our eyes to a lot of things. So it’s really just recognizing that losses are part of our everyday life and we make freewill choices on how we handle these losses or don’t handle them.
“And if we can recognize them, we’ll know what to do and recover much faster.”
Theresa said she might not ever stop grieving over the end of her marriage but that she can work through it[/caption]
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The TV personality continued: “I wrote about how divorce for me, that was a loss. I’m still grieving my marriage, my life with Larry for 33 years.
“And I might grieve that for the rest of my life, but healing is something different. And that’s what I shared, what I learned.”