Gift of Hope: How We Survive Our Tragedies
Tragedy is a part of life, a part of the human mystery which we all must face. Here is a moving, beautifully written book from a professor at the Univesity of Minnesota's School of Public Health that will give you the understanding and self-assurance to overcome your own sorrow and begin the process of healing.
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Straight from the Heart
The Anatomy of a Crisis
The Stages of Heartbreak
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