Suddenly Single is for the woman or man who has lost a mate due to death or divorce.
Written in a concise and to the point manner, it's an easy read for those with limited time and attention span.
Suddenly Single also gives readers the tools to examine their "new normal" so they can take manageable steps in order to thrive, rather than simply survive.
Every mourner is afforded the opportunity on how he will view the loss of a loved one. Without negating one's loss, it's beneficial to look at loss from a variety of perspectives, for as John Lubbock said, "What we see depends on what we look for."
Words of Comfort attempts to provide mourners with helpful suggestions that can create a move towards the positive by presenting possible changes in perspective on how to view loss.
An easy-to-read reference guide on coping with the practical, emotional, spiritual and physical aspects of grief.
Each tip is a short, useful suggestion or thought that can be immediately employed to help mourners on their grief journey. The selection of tips includes the ones the author believes the bereaved will find most helpful in learning how to move forward through grief.
Has someone you know lost a loved one and you want to help him/her, but you just don't know what to do or say?
This book can assist you in overcoming your uncomfortable feelings about death and give you direction on the best ways to offer support to the bereaved.
This book provides an explanation of an alphabet soup of emotions from A to Z that mourners may experience in response to the loss of their loved ones.
After each feeling is described, the reader is given a suggestion on how to develop a change in perspective that can help him/her move from the darkness of grief to the light of renewal.
If your life is a story, then your past or history is the preface to the rest of your life. When you learn and remember the lessons learned through dealing with difficult circumstances, such as the loss of a loved one, you're afforded the opportunity to foster beneficial changes to utilize in the continuing story of your life. This is very hard work, and it must incorporate introspective thought wherein you examine all you believed to be true.
52 Secrets provides 52 changes in perspective for your consideration and also includes a specific suggestion and/or questions upon which to reflect each week of the year.
How does one learn to cope with grief and loss?
Unfortunately, there's no instruction book on how to move through grief in a successful and healthy manner.
This book utilizes the wisdom of the ages by choosing appropriate quotes and sayings and then provides commentary and suggestions on how a mourner can put the thought into action.
This book is a compilation of musings, stories and lots of questions that may challenge all that we think we know about life and death and how each of us crosses over from one life to the next.
It includes stories of those who have lost a loved one to suicide and a bonus section that offers 25 tips on coping with grief.
This book is for both those who are hesitating about buying life insurance as a means to protect their family AND to help life insurance agents become more effective in selling their product.
No one like to think about buying life insurance because the thought of its ultimate usage brings forth images of one's own mortality. And, if you're young and healthy, it's hard to imagine dying and leaving your family alone to fend for themselves. Funds from life insurance do not make the pain of losing a spouse any less; however, it does afford the remaining spouse the luxury of time and space to grieve in a healthy and self-paced manner.
Learn about the grieving process and read four case studies of widow/ers that didn't receive life insurance funds and the effect it had on their lives.
Grief is a very puzzling process and not easily understood. Even most adults don't understand it, so how can we expect children to understand their feelings if their Mom, Dad or another loved one dies.
"Let's Get A Grip on Grief" doesn't attempt to explain death or why a loved one had to die. Instead, it relates what happens next and validates the emotions a child may experience.
Illustrated and geared for the young child under 9 years old, "Getting a Grip on Grief" is the sister book to "Let's Get A Grasp on Grief," which was written to help older children (9 years +) to understand some of the confusing emotions they will be experiencing.
Both books have a section for parents, which provides tips on how they can help a child deal with loss. Moreover, "Let's Get A Grip on Grief" can simply be used as a guide. The pictures can be shown and utilized as a jumping off point to start a conversation about feelings and that is personalized to the child's situation.
Grief is a very puzzling process and not easily understood. Even most adults don't understand it, so how can we expect children to understand their feelings if their Mom or Dad dies.
"Let's Get A Grasp on Grief" begins to help older children (9 years +) to understand some of the confusing emotions they will be experiencing.
Moreover, it gives parents a glimpse into what a child may be thinking and feeling.
Also included are tips for parents on how they can help a child deal with loss.