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Synopsis: Loss is an inevitable part of life. Two mothers who have lived with the loss of a child help others to cope with loss through poetry and journal entries. Each chapter deals with a season and is highlighted by a daily visualization practice to help understand how the beauty of nature can be healing. Stunning photography and layout help bring the words to life and make this book an essential part of the grieving process.
About the Author: Deb is the co-owner of Pathways To Enrichment, where she provides life coaching, counseling and transformational guidance. She has a BS in Nursing, a Masters in public affairs and a PhD in Transpersonal Psycology.
Title: The Seasons of Grief : What Nature Can Teach...
Publisher: Amherst Press
Book Condition: Good
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