Grief Recovery: A Workbook for Widows and Widowers

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AuthorHouse, Aug 30, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 84 pages
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Grief Recovery:  A Workbook for Widows and Widowers, centers on the grief experiences of those who have lost their spouses through death.  The workbook will guide you through 10 weeks of learning about your grief, the steps of grieving, and how to recover.  It is most effective in a group setting but also suitable for the individual reader. The workbook has been used in Christian church groups with great success for many years.  This message of survival, recovery, hope, and a new life will bring comfort to anyone who is grieving.  Grief Recovery will help you understand your grief and help you start your recovery.  Chapters include: Facing Our Loss, The Grieving Process, Choosing to Recover, Letting Go of the Past, Building a New Life, and Moving Beyond Loss.


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Robyn Ledwith Mar is a graduate of Stanford University, has four grown children, and is a breast cancer survivor. She was widowed at age 56 and was asked by her pastor to start a support group for other widows and widowers in the church. Based on her own grief and loss experiences and research into the grieving process, she wrote Grief Recovery, A Workbook for Widows and Widowers to use in her classes. Robyn Mar has been leading groups and counseling the grieving for 20 years. She lives in Los Altos Hills, California, with her husband, Mun J. Mar.

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