Grief And Healing

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When Mom Or Dad Dies: A Book For Comfort For Kids (Elf-Help Books For Kids)
$10.99
When Mom or Dad dies, children grieve deeply. But we can show our care and love by encouraging them to share their feelings of loss. We can let them know that they can heal and live a happy, full life of faith, hope, and love—the kind of life Learn More

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When Someone You Love Has Cancer: A Guide to Help Kids Cope
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This book aims to guide kids to a healthier understanding of how cancer affects their loved one, their family, and their world. May it offer—as much as possible—a little healing in the midst of sickness. Learn More

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When The One You Love Is Gone
$13.99
When a loved one dies, you don’t get over it, but you can move forward. We never fully get over the loss of those we hold most dear. God is at work in us, turning our loss and pain into something beautiful. These reflections point to broader lessons Learn More

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When Will I Stop Hurting?: Dealing with a Recent Death
$12.49
June Kolf leads you through the stages of grief. She helps you understand what to expect as time goes on and helps you be mindful of potential pitfalls such as anger or guilt, dealing with holidays, and physical distress. Grief exercises are provided Learn More

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When You Don't Know What to Say: How to Help Your Greiving Friends
$13.39
An individual’s grief can never be “fixed.” But friends can wash a sink full of dishes, listen, go along on a cemetery visit. Sharing another’s grief is not about fixing it—it’s about showing up. Harold Ivan Smith guides others to respond Learn More

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Widow’s Might: Embracing Life after the Loss of Your Spouse
$17.49
Kim Knight shares her experience of her husband’s sudden, unexpected death at 56 years old. This book is for young or middle-aged widows and those who love them. It helps people who have experienced a tragic loss to better understand the confusing an Learn More

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Worm at the Core, The: On The Role of Death in Life
$28.00
he Worm at the Core offers a compelling new theory for understanding the choices we make in life. It describes a pathwayway for letting go of the cultural and personal illusions that keep us from accepting the end that awaits us all. Learn More

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You Are What You Think
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David Stoop shows readers how to use self-talk to make positive changes in their attitudes and beliefs. Private speech, thoughts, or external speech all shape emotions and behaviour. This book will help readers overcome stress, guilt, depression, Learn More

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