The journey through grief can only be accomplished by the individual who experienced the loss. Written by a national expert in grief and trauma, this journal prompts the grieving person to reflect upon the issues that relate to healthy resolution of loss, unresolved relationship issues, circumstances surrounding the death, safe people who support recovery, difficult days, growing through loss, celebrating the memories leading the survivor to renew life. The memory of the deceased is savored, unresolved issues released, knowing the love, once shared, will never die.
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This journal assists the grieving person through the normal grief process. Leading statements prompt the writer to address typical issues related to loss. The use of a journal is an effective strategy in coping with and reducing stress related to the death of a loved one. This journal can be helpful for any adult who is grieving any type of death experience.From the Author:
Following the death of my husband at age 30, I searched for ways I could help myself survive. After his death, I returned to graduate school. I chose to specialize in death education when I completed my doctorate. The death of my son ten years later convinced me there was a need for journals to guide others through the recovery process. Grieving Well and other grief journals were written after years of teaching and guiding many grieving people through their grief process. Life goes on when a loved one dies whether we like it or not. How we choose to live it is up to us. May the users of this journal find peace, knowing they can hold their loved one in their hearts forever.
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Book Description Renew Ctr for Personal Recovery Inc, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0971956901
Book Description Renew Ctr for Personal Recover, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110971956901