Grief Letters: Devotions to Help Navigate the Loss of a Loved One

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WestBow Press, Mar 16, 2015 - Religion - 114 pages

Grief Letters is a resource for those who find themselves dealing with the loss of a loved one. Navigating death can be frightening and difficult. Karen has written these letters in hopes that by sharing the experience of her husbands sudden death, she might help you find courage and hope. She has included applications at the end of each chapter to help you grow and learn through your own grief journey. You too can get to the other side of grief and once again feel that joy and happiness are possible.

 

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Contents

And Suddenly Life Changed
1
How Much Are My Tears Worth?
6
Why Do Bad Things Happen?
10
Holiday Help
15
Gods Timing is Always Best
20
There is No Perfect Substitute Or is There?
25
Is This Dream My Reality?
29
Triggers Those Little Reminders
32
When the Storms of Life Blow
63
Like a Segway
68
Fear Not
71
Joy Peace and Pain
75
Questions
79
Treat Yourself
83
Here We Go Again
86
Placing Blame
91

Flying Among the Clouds Am I Closer to You Up Here?
36
Where Is The Joy?
40
Does This Get Easier?
45
Why So Shy?
49
Regrets and The Danger of What If
54
Uncharted Waters
59
Meeting Jesus
95
Scripture Resources
101
Resources
103
Back cover
104
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Karen Bransgrove experienced the sudden death of her husband in November 2010. Walking through the journey of grief inspired her to help others who are also dealing with loss. The mother of two sons, Karen is once again finding joy in writing while serving at Riverside Church in Denver, Colorado.

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