Wide My Ocean, Deep My Grief: A Gentle Guide Thru the Uncharted Waters of the Grieving Process

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Trafford Publishing, Dec 20, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit
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...I never knew someone could write with so much understanding and compassion. Much of what she expressed mirrored so much of what I was dealing with... I am truly blessed. - Patricia Paulson, lost her soul-mate two years ago to cancer Have you lost someone so close that the bottom seems to have fallen out of your world? Are you tossing in a very deep and wide ocean of grief? Do you just want some comfort, company and some ways to cope with your grief? This book of the heart shares a personal grieving story. The author shares her experience, as she and her husband grieved the loss of their young daughter. She shares openly and honestly of their experiences. She speaks to ways of coping with grief and brings some hope to what can seem like such a hopeless experience. Her experience as both a counselor and a parent gives her writing both a personal and professional edge. The author has also experienced the losses that come with having a special needs son as well the loss of a child in the womb. Death and loss is no stranger to her. This book describes the deep ocean of grief that may seem impossible to survive from... yet you can find healing also if you remain open to it. This was the most difficult thing I have ever experienced. I never dreamed I could have healed as I have. It was even more amazing to me that new life could come out of so deep a pain in amongst the void of such deep loss. For this I am ever grateful. It is my hope that you will find some hope, comfort and company for your ocean of grief in amongst the pages of this book and our story.

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