A Time to Grieve

A collection of truly comforting, down-to-earth thoughts and meditations -- including the authentic voices of survivors -- for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one.

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Author: Carol Staudacher

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062120638

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

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A collection of truly comforting, down-to-earth thoughts and meditations -- including the authentic voices of survivors -- for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one.

A Time to Grieve

They have never been allowed to see those other people grieve. They are protected from it. ... Perhaps it is true that you can only hurt in one spot at a time, and, at a time like that, physical pain was preferable.

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Author: Ben N. Davidson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781469122113

Category: Psychology

Page: 90

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A Time to Grieve Parent Grief for Handicapped Children When a child is born into a family, there are high expectations of life, love, and happiness. If the child is born with handicapping conditions, those dreams come crashing to the ground. How and if a parent survives this trauma depends on how he or she handles the grief. This book sets out to carry the parent on that journey of grief, pain, anger, and hopelessness with enough information to survive and come out whole for the benefit of the parent, child, and family. Until now, very little has been written on this unending grief.

The Write Way to Grieve

I have fallen so many times, stubbornly getting back to my feet, not realizing how much Jesus loved me. “For God so love the world that He gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting ...

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Author: Terri Johnson

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781640037427

Category: Fiction

Page: 180

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The death of a child is one of the deepest traumas known. When a child commits suicide, the trauma strikes deeper because of the guilt, social stigma and unanswered questions associated with suicide. How did everyone miss the signs of this child's emotional turmoil? Why did this happen? There is no right way to grieve the death of a loved one. The Write Way to Grieve tells the story of one mother's journey through grief in the years that followed her fourteen-year-old son Ryan's suicide. Author Terri Johnson's journal of poetry, prose, and pain reveals the steps and setbacks in her journey. The discovery of Ryan's journal at school empowered her to find the truth in what happened and what might have happened if the journal had been treated differently. The Write Way to Grieve is one mother's answer to her son's cry for help. Suicide should never be the answer. Terri Johnson wrote from her experience to inform others of suicide awareness, prevention and intervention so Ryan's death would not be in vain.

Grace to Grieve

A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance. —Ecclesiastes 3:4 (NRSV) My parents, Bud and Ethel Renaud, on their wedding day - toasting to their future. October 23, 1948 The average life expectancy in the ...

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Author: Nancy LoRusso

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781512792706

Category: Religion

Page: 214

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Not very often does a book like Grace to Grieve come along. Nancy LoRusso has penned a precious and very personal gift to anyone who has had to navigate the world of disappointment, despair, and death. In the midst of incredible loss and pain, Nancy has real answers to heartfelt and vulnerable questions, such as, Should a Christian grieve, and if so, what does real grief look like in our joy-focused Christian world? Grace to Grieve is exactly what the title says. Its a handbook to the heart, giving the reader permission to say, as David said, My soul is clinging to the dust, Oh, Lord revive me. This is exactly what this book does. It will revive your soul. Chris DuPre, pastor, speaker, and author of the book The Wild Love of God Grief. Every soul encounters its painful intrusion. Some try and resist it with denial and distraction, while others numbly succumb to it as hopeless prisoners. In her book, Grace to Grieve, author Nancy LoRusso humbly, candidly, and compassionately shares her personal journey through the valley of heartbreaking loss and grief into the recovery of hope, peace, and genuine joy. Offering timeless truths, lessons learned, and tender encouragement, this book is like a deep breath that gently realigns the compass of the heart back to hope. An inspirational must-read for anyone touched by loss. Tammy Riddering, director, Gateway House of Prayer, St. Louis

A Time to Grieve

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Author: Bertha G. Simos

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015016200209

Category: Bereavement

Page: 261

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A Time to Mourn a Time to Comfort

Describes the Jewish approach to death and dying, funerals, and mourning customs, including specifics for funeral preparations and preparing the home and family to sit shiva, with information for mourners and comforters alike. Reissue.

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Author: Ron Wolfson

Publisher: Jewish Lights Publishing

ISBN: 9781580232531

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 342

View: 903

Describes the Jewish approach to death and dying, funerals, and mourning customs, including specifics for funeral preparations and preparing the home and family to sit shiva, with information for mourners and comforters alike. Reissue.

Quiet Times for Those Who Grieve

As the writers said, “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven...a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance” (Ecclesiastes 3:1,4). “The Lord will be your everlasting light ...

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Author: H. Norman Wright

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 9780736971072

Category: Religion

Page: 192

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Let Comfort Find You in the Quiet There are no words to instantly take away the deep pain of your loss. Grieving is a personal path—one that takes time to traverse. But genuine expressions of comfort and understanding can help you make gradual steps toward healing. H. Norman Wright, a respected Christian counselor, offers these daily devotions from a heart that has endured difficult loss—yet found God faithful through it all. In these profound and practical reflections, you'll find... gentle guidance through the grieving process comforting reminders that you're not alone hope—and the space you need to uncover it When you're grieving, give yourself quiet moments to rest in God's limitless love and peace.

Born to Grieve

You simply moved on with your life without spending time on grief. You had to keep a stiff upper lip. There was no time to grieve one loss—let alone four losses. In attempting to retrace my family history, I visited the cemetery where ...

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Author: C. K. Vetsch

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 9781480848702

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 152

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Its difficult to comprehend that babies are brought into this world with the predestination to grieve. It seems unbelievable that an unborn child or a newborn baby could be set up to grieve and carry that burden throughout a lifetime. In Born to Grieve, author C. K. Vetsch explains how this can happen, shares these peoples stories, and offers hope for their situation. Using her personal experiences as an unwanted child as a background, Vetsch explores the emotional abuse of unwanted children, the loss of a child, adoption, and abortion, among others, and discusses the consequences and the impacts. In each chapter, she presents general examples and offers a personal or specific anecdote to illustrate the effects and how one may heal from them. In Born to Grieve, Vetsch helps those affected to look at their lives from a viewpoint of strengths rather than weaknesses. She communicates how its time to put down the burden and find wholeness in body, mind, and spirit.

It s My Time to Grieve

When author Phoebe Leggett received a tragic call in the middle of the night nearly eight years ago, her life was forever changed.

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Author: Phoebe Leggett

Publisher: CrossBooks Publishing

ISBN: 1462706223

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 220

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When author Phoebe Leggett received a tragic call in the middle of the night nearly eight years ago, her life was forever changed. Her twenty-two-year-old son had just been killed in a car crash. Devastated and confused, she embarked on a long and difficult journey to recovery. In It’s My Time to Grieve,she presents a message of hope for hurting hearts. Using personal experiences as a guide, she shares her story while providing a resource to help others successfully navigate through the grieving process, which includes moving through the stages of grief; managing the holidays; handling the emotions of fear, anger, and regret; dealing with the death of a child, spouse, parent, sibling, friend, or pet; sharing the pain; gaining comfort and healing from the Bible; moving forward. Applying Bible verses, poetry, and personal stories, It’s My Time to Grieve communicates a message of hope for the brokenhearted with the comfort God provides. His consolation is all that’s needed to see you through the process of sorrow. Set it free, give it to God, and let it go.

A Time to Grieve

Fitzpatrick provides clear insight on following in Christ's footsteps by learning how to live despite the inevitable times of grief.

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Author: Carol L. Fitzpatrick

Publisher: Winepress Pub

ISBN: 1579217834

Category: Religion

Page: 192

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Few people, if any, welcome grief into their lives. And yet it comes. Sometimes it is subtle, other times overwhelming. But, how can we cope with the pain? Stuff it? Avoid it? Pretend it isn't there? Attempt to deal with it later? As Carol Fitzpatrick points out, there are right ways, and wrong ways, to heal our grief.Sooner or later we all encounter grief. Our choices, from that initial point, will profoundly impact us for good or for bad. God allows grief for divine purposes and for our good. But, we can miss out on His provision and purpose even do ourselves harm—if we don't allow Him to walk us through the essential steps of the grieving process.God doesn't forsake us, or ask us to understand the grieving process without His guidance. Jesus, Himself, experienced the grief of physical pain, abandonment, loneliness and rejection, yet was never derailed from the Father's plan. Fitzpatrick provides clear insight on following in Christ's footsteps by learning how to live despite the inevitable times of grief.

A Time to Grieve And A Time to Heal

Author Willa Dean Montgomery shares life-changing principles that will help you during your grieving process and encourages you to allow God to heal your pain during this difficult time.

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Author: Willa Dean Montgomery

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798513006084

Category:

Page: 58

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Author Willa Dean Montgomery shares life-changing principles that will help you during your grieving process and encourages you to allow God to heal your pain during this difficult time. Knowing God's purpose for your life can help you to use your time wisely as you live with your family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Willa Dean Montgomery reveals five steps to follow in order to move forward through the pain of your lost loved one(s): Recognize your feelings that you are mourning and grieving over the loss of your loved one(s). Pray and ask God for forgiveness of your sins and accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Ask God to help you during your time of grieving so you can accept it and help you move on with your life as you cherish the memories of your lost loved one(s). Talk to someone about how you are feeling and cry when you need to cry. Make the necessary adjustments to your life without your lost loved one (s). Remember, everyone does not grieve the same way. It may time one person longer to grieve than another person. It is important for you to acknowledge your emotions, and take as much you need to grieve for your lost loved one(s). Death is part of life to transition us from the temporary into eternity. The key is to make sure you are prepared spiritually when God calls your name. Moving forward with your life and becoming a better you are great steps to fulfilling the calling of God for your life so you can stand before Him on that great Day and hear Him say, "Well done!"

How To Grieve

Accepting the inevitable - It is important to take time to grieve. Don't let anyone tell you how long or how short this is. It will take time for you to accept the inevitable. Of course, you will have days where you feel bad and there ...

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Author: HowExpert

Publisher: HowExpert

ISBN: 9781647589653

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 57

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If you are going through a grieving process, then get this step-by-step "HOw To Grieve" guide. It is written by a person who has also gone through the grieving process and losing loved ones. In this step-by-step guide, you will discover how to overcome grief and be able to endure throughout the grieving process. - How to grieve through difficult times. - How to get through the initial shock. - How to accept the truth and move on forward. - How to handle the grieving stages. - How to deal with the temporary ill. - How to deal with the sudden death of loved ones. - How to cope and grieve after the funeral. - How to find comfort in difficult times. - Examples to help you identify with similar situations. - And much more. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.

How To Grieve The Loss Of a Husband

You are not alone, you have God and you have us to guide you every step of the way About The Expert Marieche Balili is the expert behind this guide. She was widowed at the age of 28. It took a total of 6 years to recover from her loss.

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Author: HowExpert

Publisher: HowExpert

ISBN: 9781647589233

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 62

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“How To Grieve The Loss of a Husband" is a step-by-step guide on how to grieve the loss of your husband from a Christian point of view. It is all about self enlightenment and how to overcome the pain of grieving through God’s guidance and love. Realize the highs and lows in dealing with pain and suffering and how to redefine faith and hope to overcome them. You will learn to understand the following: - Understand the different stage of grief - Step by step guide to recovery and overcome these stages - It will show you the way to healing through building relationship with God. - Teaching us to reflect and take things one step at a time - Realize that God has a purpose on why things happened - It also includes bible verses for read through and self reflection - You will learn to forgive yourself and love again - Reestablish yourself and relationships with God and the deceased husband - Loving yourself more and relaxation techniques - And Embrace the idea of being alone The idea of grieving and pain is so overwhelming that most of the time we forget that God is a loving God and he will never leave us hanging with no answers nor forsake us in these times according to his scriptures in 1Corinthians 10:13. After the death it is but normal to feel anger, guilty, helpless and lonely but realize that today will be different tomorrow. Death is not the end of it all but a new beginning of your life and a new chapter to your life story. You are not alone, you have God and you have us to guide you every step of the way About The Expert Marieche Balili is the expert behind this guide. She was widowed at the age of 28. It took a total of 6 years to recover from her loss. She started dating a few years after her husband’s death because all the while she thought she needed a man to fix herself. However, the relationships did not work out because she was not aware about the stages of grieving and the importance of fully recovering from the experience. Now she’s enjoying her life alone and has hopes of having a family of her own in the future. Marieche has joined and worked as a part time church counselor at United Pentecostal Church of Punturin. She attended seminars and conferences about “Behavioral Modification” and “Understanding Life” and Church revivals. After the traumatic experience, she has become much more mature, independent and has a new perspective in life. She now seeks to help women who have lost ones to find meaning and purpose in life. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.

Words of Comfort as You Grieve

Verse 4 continues : " a time to weep , and a time to laugh , a time to mourn , and a time to dance . " If you picked up this little volume , this is likely a time when you are mourning the death of someone you loved .

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Author: Margrit Anna Banta

Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications

ISBN: 1585956775

Category:

Page: 32

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In this lovely book, those who grieve are invited to reflect on Scripture passages, reflections, and prayers that focus on feelings of shock, denial, isolation, loneliness, confusion, anger, and ultimately healing and peace. This is the perfect gift book for those who have recently lost a loved one and it can be carried in a pocket or purse as a welcome companion wherever the grieving person goes. The reflections and prayers are beautiful, inspiring, consoling, and encouraging. Make room up front for this one

A Time to Grieve

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Author: Bertha G. Simos

Publisher: Manticore Europe

ISBN: 189691814X

Category: Grief

Page: 276

View: 934

It s My Time to Grieve

This is the first book in a series titled Seasons of Courage. www.survivordynamics.wordpress.com

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Author: Phoebe Leggett

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1508850356

Category:

Page: 250

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When author Phoebe Leggett received a call in the middle of the night, her life was forever changed. Her twenty-two year-old son had just been killed in a car crash. Devastated and confused, she embarked on a long and difficult journey to recovery.In It's My Time to Grieve, Leggett presents a message of hope for hurting hearts as they travel their own journey into grief. Using personal experience as a guide, she shares her story while providing resources to help others successfully navigate through the grieving process, which include:* Moving through the stages of grief* Managing the holidays* Handling emotions of fear, anger, and regret* Grieving the death of a child, spouse, parent, sibling, friend, or pet* Sharing the pain* Gaining comfort and healing from the Bible* Moving forwardApplying Bible verses, poetry, and personal stories, It's my Time to Grieve communicates a message of hope through the comfort God provides. His consolation is all that's needed to assist you through the process of grieving. Set it free, give it to God, and let it go.Phoebe Leggett is an author, poet, and freelance writer whose articles, devotionals, stories, poetry, and books have enhanced the lives of many. This is the first book in a series titled Seasons of Courage. www.survivordynamics.wordpress.com

How to Grieve Like a Champ

If you have other pets at the time of the loss, remember that they will be feeling the absence of their companion too. Trying to keep them in a routine will help and giving them some extra TLC will have the added benefit of relieving ...

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Author: Lianna Champ

Publisher: eBook Partnership

ISBN: 9781839783913

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 144

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Author Lianna Champ has nearly 40 years' experience in funeral care and bereavement counselling. She is passionate about improving our relationship with death and dying, teaching us that if we live well we can die well. This beautifully presented book is a gorgeous package that is both comforting and practical. Designed with the knowledge that most grieving people have a short attention span, the book clearly presents essential information and inspirational words to support and guide the reader through the challenges of bereavement in easily digestible chunks, with plenty of white space.

As We Grieve

“We've been able to express to people in a more understanding way when they're going through painful times because we've ... learned to give people space and time to grieve, to not give answers, to be there for them,” says Mike.

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Author: Jan Groft

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

ISBN: 9780984230617

Category: Religion

Page:

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Having encountered unexpected moments of grace in her own grief journeys, writer Jan Groft set out to find others who have felt lifted, even momentarily, out of their sorrows.

No Time To Grieve

No Time to Grieve is a primer that offers the reader pertinent information for solving the problems of the bereaved. It takes the reader through both the practical and the emotional steps needed to move from mourning to new life.

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Author: Judy Strong

Publisher: Bookhouse Fulfillment

ISBN: 1592980473

Category: Grief

Page: 80

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No Time to Grieve is a primer that offers the reader pertinent information for solving the problems of the bereaved. It takes the reader through both the practical and the emotional steps needed to move from mourning to new life.