A Gift of Hope - How We Survive Our Tragedies
Tragedy is a part of life, it is a part of the human mystery which we all must face. This is a beautifully writeen book that will give you the understanding and the self-assurance to overcome the anger and the loneliness, the suffering and the pain of your own person travail: the loss of a loved one, the heartbreak of a handicapped child, a debilitating illness, an unwanted divorce, a severe financial setback. Here is a practical and inspirational guide to help you express your sorrow and begin the process of healing - to help you move from sadness to serenity, from fear to faith, and to find courage in your moment of crisis.
Dear Parent Letters to Bereaved Parents
Letter to Bereaved Parents. A support group in book form. Parents and others say what they would tell a grieving parent. Friends walk with you and let you know that you are not alone.
- Centering Corporation
Empty Arms - Coping With Miscarriage, Stillbirth and Infant Death
The author covers all the feelings, fears and fantasies that come and adds a lot of easy to read and helpful information on physical reaction. There are practical suggestions and support for parents during this time.
- Sherokee Ilse
Getting to the Other Side of Grief
Whether you're feeling alone, drowning under an ocean of emotions, or you've worked your way through the darkest nights of the soul and are not wondering how to get on with your life, you'll find comfort and guidance from Susan Zonnebelt-Smeenge, a clinical psychologist, and Robert De Bries, a pastor and professor. Both suffered the loss of a spouse at a relatively young age. Their empathy, valuable psychological insights, biblical observations, and male and female perspectives will help you experience grief in the healthiest, most complete way so you can move forward to embrace the new life that is waiting for you.
Healing and Growing Through Grief
This booklet is a rainbow of hope for people grieving all kinds of losses. Its large print and colorful format welcomes the reader in. Readers will learn to identify loss experiences, that grief is a unique and natural healing process, some common experiences of grieving persons, how to help themselves and others, and how, when and where to find help and support. -Donna O'Toole
More Than Surviving Caring for Yourself While You Grieve
Talks about grieving in a healthy way. Grief affects us physically and we CAN do something about it. You honor your loved one by staying well and this will give you the information to take care of yourself. - Kelly Osmont
Remembering With Love
Here is a poignant, insightful and inspirational collection of over 300 short pieces that are messages of hope to bereaved persons. They remind us that hope is possible while traveling the journey of grief.
- E. Evang & S. Ilse
The Worst Loss
A wise, well informed book that will help many on the difficult journey of healing after the death of a child. The book is written in a down to earth style. The stories of families are sensitively told so that the reader gathers hope and understanding from those who have bone before them.
- Barbara Rosof
When A Lifemate Dies
For that 50 contributors share how the loss of their lifemate has affected their lives. By articulating often unspoken feelings and experience, the authors provide emotional support and comfort to others.
-S. Heinlein, G. Brumett, & J. Tibbals