How Do I Go on From Here?: What to Do After the Death of a Loved One

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AuthorHouse, Mar 15, 2006 - Self-Help - 156 pages
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Death is real, it is an ending to a loved ones life, but it’s also a new beginning to our feelings and emotions. Within the pages of “How Do I Go On From Here?” are subjects that deal with:

 

 

v     Life is not supposed to be.

v     Where is God?

v     What could I have done?

v     How do I go on from here?

v     It’s OK to cry.

v     How to deal with death when you are the one dying.

v     Losing a parent, stepparent, grandparent, child or pet.

v     Comforting people, the do and don’ts.

v     Talking with children about death.

v     Bible verses, sayings and poetry.

v     Cremation vs. casket

v     Funeral ethics

v     Heaven

v     After the funeral, now what?

v     Plus definitions and resources.

 

This book will not only touch your emotions and soul, it will warm your heart and educated your mind.  It is packed full of resources, gives information on what to do when a loved one dies and also what to do afterwards, as well as a section on funeral parlor jargon.

 

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

 

Heather (Hull) Conrad is a country girl who grew up in Alpena, Michigan in a small town called Cathro, to a family of six people.  When people ask her about her childhood, she’ll smile and say that, “She had the best”, and she truly means it.  “Being Country” as she would say is God’s way of giving her a little taste of what Heaven will be like.

 

Heather is college educated, but when asked what she considers her greatest accomplishments she will say, “touching the lives of others”.  She has been involved with 4-H, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, fostered several children, worked as a counselor for a pregnancy center, did community service with the Army Reserves, is a lifetime member of the ladies auxiliary for the 25th Army Infantry Division, camp work, as well as involvement with several church’s.  Besides writing Heather is also an artist, and has a work called “Love in the Battlefield” copy written. 

 

Her family consists of Ron her husband, Carrie and Danielle who are both married, a grandson named Bryce, and two son-in-laws (Jim & Ellis), and Irene, her mother-in-law. She and her husband also have a child that they sponsor from Honduras, named Eric.  Lastly the Conrad’s own one very spoiled dog-named Misty Rose, who is in control of the home.

 

Her prayer is that this book will help you, or someone you know.

 

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