Handbook for Grievers
This reference handbook for grievers suggests things to do, and supports and encourages you on your grief journey. You don’t need to read it all in one sitting. Instead, take the time to go through it often and take notes on subjects that interest you.
There is enough range of information in this handbook to help you on your own personal journey of grief. Never give up on yourself. Hold on to this handbook, because something that doesn’t make sense now or seems too complicated will make sense to you later.
Ultimately, grieving and healing is a very personal experience. My wish is that this handbook will comfort and nurture you as it inspires you along your journey.
This handbook can help you go through the grieving process more easily, as you learn how to understand all the emotions that you’re experiencing. Keep your copy close for comfort, guidance, and support when you most need it.
A good way to use this handbook is to print it out and read it with a highlighter or pen in hand. Highlight and mark up those sections, passages, and parts that hit close to home and have personal meaning to you.
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This 129 page reference handbook suggests things to do as it supports and encourages you on your grief journey. Full of practical information to heal your broken heart.
Widow to Widow – Mary’s Favorite Blog Postings
It has been my pleasure to have written well over 1,000 personal blog postings from 2010 to 2018. I have picked my favorite postings to create this 91 page book.
I am also including as a bonus, written entries from my private journals. These entries are from when my husband died in 2007 and my first year as a widow in 2008.
Ultimately, grieving and healing is a very personal experience. My wish is that these blog postings will comfort and nurture you as it inspires you along your own journey.
Thank you for allowing me into your life and I hope that my personal blog postings will help you to see that it is indeed a journey. Even with all it’s ups and downs we still have many things to be grateful for – including being our own unique person.
91 pages of my favorite blog postings out of more than a 1,000 written from 2010 to 2018. I am also including as a bonus, entries from my private journal written in my first year as a widow.