Friday, July 19, 2024


Girland Chibaya

Girland Chibaya is a retail executive by profession and the author of the book “Till Death Us Did Part – My Journey Through Grief” published in 2020. The book is dedicated to his late wife whom he tragically lost due to a road accident while she was out running. This book unravels the mystery of death and how to embrace the journey of grief. The other purpose of this profoundly captivating book is to help others cope with the loss of a loved one. In life, everyone will face challenging situations at one time or another, when that happens his message is; learn to let go, forgive yourselves and forgive the situation so that you can keep moving forward. It will not be a walk in the park but still a necessary process. All you need is to stay strong and hold on to the hope that things will get better.

“When we are confronted with grief. We must allow ourselves the vulnerability to express our emotions and accept that our emotional reaction will vary from person to person – from crying and anxiety to sadness and fear – to remind you again that we all have different ways of coping with grief” 

Source: Till Death Us Did Part – My Journey Through Grief

Girland is an ardent runner and retail professional with a career spanning over 23 years. His first degree was in Statistics and it motivated him to pursue a career in retail and supply chain where he has worked with figures and strategy. During his MBA studies in 2015, he decided to pursue a different kind of number; the 90km Comrades Marathon race. Since then he has competed in three comrades marathon races. His late wife was always his ‘number one supporter’, who always propelled him to aim for the stars. “An ambitious and driven individual, who thrives on challenges and continues to set high goals for himself.”

You can get your copy of the book from Amazon. For those in South Africa, the book is available on Bookworm Inc TM.

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