A Healing Journal: Beginning Again After the Death of Someone You Love
Only by giving full value to the pain of loss can one give full value to love, notes nationally recognized grief counselor Ted Menten in this handsome cloth journal whose pages are highlighted with moving quotes and verse. Menten, the acclaimed author of Gentle Closings, uses similar journals in his counseling work by assigning the bereaved to write three pages a day expressing their emotions of loss and pain as a means of moving toward acceptance. Ted Menten provided counseling for victims of the Oklahoma City bombing and the World Trade Center attack, and volunteers regularly to help terminally ill patients and their families.
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accept afraid afterglow aftermath ALIVE American poet American writer ARROGANT ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER artist awaken bargain BEAUTIFUL Beginning believe BIRTH blessing British writer Cameron CARD child CHINESE Christina Rosetti close comfort CREATURE DANCER day's DESPAIRING died dragon dramatist and poet DREAM DYING English dramatist ENGLISH POET fear death fear that death FEEL foretaste FOREVER forget forgotten FRENCH gentle GERMAN PHILOSOPHER gift GIVE FULL VALUE go full term grandmother grave grief happiness HEALING JOURNAL HEALTHY heart HEAVEN HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW honor idea IMMORTAL intervention Italian journalist journey KNIFE KNOW LAUGH LEARNING LITTLE live LORD loss LOST memories MISERIES misfortune natural novelist ourselves pain partners PERSON POET c/7 pretty PROVERB quiet rain reincarnation REJOICE remember reunion say goodbye silence SLEEP SMILING Someone You Love SONGS SOONER OR LATER sorrow speak STARS STOP GRIEVING SUDDENLY tamed tears of joy THROAT truly loved WALTZ weep William Shakespeare words