A Patch of Comfort: A Guide for Helping Someone in Grief

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Self-Help - 88 pages
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A Patch of Comfort is just the tool you need when trying to support someone in grief. Marilyn Sullivan offers a straightforward, humorous book about the uncomfortable topic of grief and makes it more approachable. Next time you're in the grocery store, you won't fear running into a grieving neighbor or friend. Instead, this small book will teach you your very own way to become an important patch in your friend's healing comforter. 'This sensitive book throws out a lifeline to all of us who know and love someone deep in the waters of grief. How can we help someone in such pain? The author's unique voice carries us to the shores of insight and healing. Take the journey.' -Dr. Leslie Parrott, Founder of RealRelationships.com, Author of You Matter More Than You Think 'I would recommend this book to anyone who knows someone who is grieving. It's difficult to know what to do if you haven't been there. Marilyn shares from her heart what helped her after the tragic death of her daughter in a way that is easy to read.' -Cathy Clough, Executive Director, New Hope Center for Grief Support 'A must read. A book that grounds and clarifies how to travel with someone through the grief process.' -Marigrace Randazzo-Ratliff, MSW LMSW, Psychotherapist

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