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Mourning Glories By Sandra Sutphin
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While this is the story of the unspeakable loss of a child, it is not a book about grieving. Rather, it describes a journey that led to a greater love of God and a clearer understanding of... More > compassion. This is a celebration of the glory of life discovered on the path of mourning. Proceeds to go to the Mia Sutphin Foundation.< Less
THE MOURNING AFTER By Gwendy Vanucci
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This is book 3 of a series of poems I have written after my son died of an accidental OD of xanax. He was the youngest of 3, 20 years old. I am left to pick up the pieces of my broken heart. Writing... More > has helped me work through the grief process. Reading my poems you will find, you are not alone!< Less
The Mourning After By Darcy Donovan
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On January 29, 2010, James Donovan went in to the hospital for a simple Day procedure; it was supposed to be "in and out", just like that... It didn't turn out that way. His son, Darcy... More > Donovan, walks you through a deeply personal and painful journey after witnessing his father succumb to the medical mistake. He offers to walk you through his personal journey of the sudden loss of his father and how he successfully – and unsuccessfully – navigated the road of death, grief, and healing in its wake. From dealing with bitterness and anger that followed, to a hauntingly beautiful message at the end, the tale is a raw and honest look at the nature of grief. For, when a loved one dies, the event changes you as a person forever. But, you'll come to realize, this isn't necessarily a bad thing.< Less
The Mourning After By Darcy Donovan
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On January 29, 2010, James Donovan went in to the hospital for a simple Day procedure; it was supposed to be "in and out", just like that... It didn't turn out that way. His son, Darcy... More > Donovan, walks you through a deeply personal and painful journey after witnessing his father succumb to the medical mistake. He offers to walk you through his personal journey of the sudden loss of his father and how he successfully – and unsuccessfully – navigated the road of death, grief, and healing in its wake. From dealing with bitterness and anger that followed, to a hauntingly beautiful message at the end, the tale is a raw and honest look at the nature of grief. For, when a loved one dies, the event changes you as a person forever. But, you'll come to realize, this isn't necessarily a bad thing.< Less
Dreams In Mourning By Louise Wilson
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Autobiographical story of how the author's dreamlife helped her cope with the tragic loss of her mother and brother.
Dreams In Mourning By Louise Wilson
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Autobiographical story of how the author's dreamlife helped her cope with the tragic loss of her mother and brother.
Mourning in the Mountains By David Chaltas
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Mourning in the Mountains is a book designed to help people have a better understanding of death and dying. It offers hope for the hopeless and help for the helpless through sayings, poems, and... More > personal narratives written by children, college students and adults who wish to share their experience in an effort to console others. Mourning in the Mountains allows the reader a reflective time and its sole purpose is to assure those who are dying or left behind, that death is a natural part of life. We need not run from it, nor embrace it prematurely, but we must accept it on life/death terms. This faith based book offers a reflective truth that is heard by the heart.< Less
Mourning in the Mountains By David Chaltas
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Mourning in the Mountains is a book designed to help people have a better understanding of death and dying. It offers hope for the hopeless and help for the helpless through sayings, poems, and... More > personal narratives written by children, college students and adults who wish to share their experience in an effort to console others. Mourning in the Mountains allows the reader a reflective time and its sole purpose is to assure those who are dying or left behind, that death is a natural part of life. We need not run from it, nor embrace it prematurely, but we must accept it on life/death terms. This faith based book offers a reflective truth that is heard by the heart.< Less
A Time to Mourn By Kathryn Hartman
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Kate and Evan had been happily married for thirty-seven years. When Evan died unexpectedly, Kate suffered from terrible grief and depression. In the months that followed, Kate overcame her... More > despair with the help of faith, family, friends and some very special four-legged therapists.< Less
GRIEF 101 By Gwendy Vanucci
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A BOOK OF POEMS WRITTEN BY A GRIEVING MOTHER WHO LOST HER SON TO AN ACCIDENTAL OVERDOSE. THESE POEMS WERE WRITTEN DURING THE FIRST YEAR, SO IT IS FULL OF PAIN, TRUTH, HONESTY, AND HOPEFULLY SOME... More > HEALING WORDS.< Less