Ramblings of Faith
It is hard to live. This book presents a psychological approach to coping with suffering.It is a wonderful title to people recovering from Tsunami, terrorists attacks, floods or earthquakes. It restores self confidence into people who have lost lovedones, friendships, jobs or sources of income. Face to Face with Grief shows the way forward after some devastating news. Without belittling your feelings for the loss of your loved one, demeaning the pain of joblessness and poverty, blaming you for your circumstances, Face to Face with Grief uses the counseling and experience of others to dig you out of your own grave. It will help you to modify and control your anger, doubts, hatred and help you think through your goals, guide your life course decisions and let you design your lasting relief from your problems.
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