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Stepping Through Grief: My Path to Recovery By Linda Ostrander
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Stepping Through Grief is a self-help journal created to aid the individual walk through their own grief process through life-altering situations, such as, loss of a loved one, job, or physical and... More > mental health. Each page has a quote by a famous individual. The book is broken down by the five stages of grief identified by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross. Journaling is a recognized and often recommend way to confront and resolve emotional issues.< Less
Eyes Forward - A Personal Journey Through Grief By Trish Goodfield
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Eyes Forward – A Personal Journey Through Grief is the reflective journal Trish Goodfield started the night her husband died. "There are many ways to cope with grief. When the here and now... More > was overwhelming me I chose to ask myself, ‘Where do I want to be in 12 months time?’ I reminded myself, ‘eyes forward’ when tears threatened to drown me. I pushed myself to say yes when every fibre of my being screamed no. This was my way and this is my story. If it helps one person to keep their eyes forward through their journey then I will be proud I chose to share it." The book is unedited. It is published as written; complete with bad grammar, atrocious spelling, and all of the raw emotions that was experienced at the time.< Less
Eyes Forward - A Personal Journey Through Grief By Trish Goodfield
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Eyes Forward – A Personal Journey Through Grief is the reflective journal Trish Goodfield started the night her husband died. "There are many ways to cope with grief. When the here and... More > now was overwhelming me I chose to ask myself, ‘Where do I want to be in 12 months time?’ I reminded myself, ‘eyes forward’ when tears threatened to drown me. I pushed myself to say yes when every fibre of my being screamed no. This was my way and this is my story. If it helps one person to keep their eyes forward through their journey then I will be proud I chose to share it." The book is unedited. It is published as written; complete with bad grammar, atrocious spelling, and all of the raw emotions that was experienced at the time.< Less
Missing Sue: A Beginner's Guide to Understanding Grief By Kelly (Opie) Benscoter
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If you are reading this it is not for a good reason. All I can say is that I am sorry. You have just joined a club that no one wants to join and the dues are prepaid. You are a survivor of a loss and... More > are left alone to deal with your new reality. This essay will try to help you understand what you are experiencing and hopefully give you some guidance through your grief. Grief is not a bad thing. I found that in some way it is testimony to the relationship that you had with the one that you lost. I feel that it is a way of honoring them. If we didn’t love, we wouldn’t grieve. — Kelly (Opie) Benscoter Opie has done a great work here, something not found in most books on grief: not only does he teach practical ways to endure the ‘crazy aunt’ called Grief, but in his quiet way manages to introduce the reader to her kindlier sisters: Joy and Peace. — Jason Hackwith< Less
The Gift of Loss: A Journey from Grief to Gratitude By Paula Simon
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The Gift of Loss is the story of a child whose very life was nothing short of a miracle, and whose death changed his family in profound and unexpected ways. “The death of a child at 8 months... More > is a tragedy beyond comprehension. The grief threatens to destroy one’s very Soul….and yet….and yet…we can travel to this very dark place, stay there, and eventually come out of it with a renewed depth of the gift that is Life. I read The Gift of Loss in several hours. It’s full of raw emotion, authentic pain, looking death in the face, and looking grief in the face. Why would you want to read it then? Because it engages you in life, it engages you in the hells that life can present and after that, it offers the heaven that life can also present. It overflows with humanity and the wisdom of experience. I highly recommend this book. It will nourish your Soul, it will give you the gift of humble, quiet, gratitude.” - Martin Rutte Co-Author, Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work Founder, ProjectHeavenOnEarth.com< Less
A Journey Through Grief: An Autobiography of a Holocaust Survivor By Rosette Faust Halpern
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This is a moving memoir of a survivor's family, her childhood, and growing up in pre-war Rohatyn, Poland. She retraces how tragically World War II, with the ensuing years of the Holocaust virtually... More > eliminates the entire Jewish community including the murder of her parents, relatives, and friends. It is a story of tragedy and triumph, fervent family dedication and individual perseverance, the separation from, as well as the unbelievable reuniting with a soul mate. This book is mostly biographical in nature, in addition to being a a historical reference of the horrific destruction of a Jewish community in Poland. It is also a love story about two people who, despite incredible adversities, miraculously reunite after surviving World War II, and build a new life together.< Less
How to ROAR: Pet Loss Grief Recovery By Robin Jean Brown
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Robin Jean Brown understands firsthand the deep bond that can develop between person and animal. She’s not some cold psychologist, but rather a pet owner herself who dealt with her own painful... More > journey through the grieving process. She found that there wasn’t a lot of help for her. Other books are either too cold and clinical...or they’re too sad, and just make you cry harder. And none of them had workbook-style questions to guide her through her journey. So Robin wrote the guide herself – to deal with your grief, effectively and step by step. She is personal, empathetic, and comforting – yet at the same time she’ll help you move through your grief.< Less
How to ROAR: Pet Loss Grief Recovery By Robin Jean Brown
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Robin Jean Brown understands firsthand the deep bond that can develop between person and animal. She’s not some cold psychologist, but rather a pet owner herself who dealt with her own painful... More > journey through the grieving process. She found that there wasn’t a lot of help for her. Other books are either too cold and clinical...or they’re too sad, and just make you cry harder. And none of them had workbook-style questions to guide her through her journey. So Robin wrote the guide herself – to deal with your grief, effectively and step by step. She is personal, empathetic, and comforting – yet at the same time she’ll help you move through your grief.< Less
Hospice and Grief: Paul & Sylvia's Love across the veil By Paul Rego
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It will be 2-weeks tomorrow that My Sylvia passed. During those quick and over-whelming events which brought us to the emergency room and finally to a local hospice, my panic attacks increased, my... More > stress-level went through the roof and I thought my mind was going to EXPLODE! For therapy, I opened Sylvia’s laptop, gathered every eMail address I could find and began typing. The eMails were rough, raw and most of the grammar didn’t make sense. All I know is that several people have told me that my eMails have touched them in some way or that our story has made them appreciate their loved ones a bit more. They told me I had opened my heart and poured out my soul. I’ve been encouraged by others to make these eMails available in book form, in order to help those who find themselves facing a hospice situation. My eMails explain what we went through... as we were going through it. — Paul Rego< Less
Hospice and Grief: Paul & Sylvia's Love across the veil By Paul Rego
eBook (PDF): $7.00
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It will be 2-weeks tomorrow that My Sylvia passed. During those quick and over-whelming events which brought us to the emergency room and finally to a local hospice, my panic attacks increased, my... More > stress-level went through the roof and I thought my mind was going to EXPLODE! For therapy, I opened Sylvia’s laptop, gathered every eMail address I could find and began typing. The eMails were rough, raw and most of the grammar didn’t make sense. All I know is that several people have told me that my eMails have touched them in some way or that our story has made them appreciate their loved ones a bit more. They told me I had opened my heart and poured out my soul. I’ve been encouraged by others to make these eMails available in book form, in order to help those who find themselves facing a hospice situation. My eMails explain what we went through... as we were going through it. — Paul Rego< Less

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