When Your Parent Dies

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Augsburg Books - Family & Relationships - 48 pages
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Each year, 12 million Americans experience the death of a parent. Even when the death is expected, the loss presents both unique challenges and opportunities for personal spiritual growth. When Your Parent Dies is a brief, focused book that guides adults through this difficult time. The author shows how the resources of faith can help a grieving person move forward in life to find hope and healing.

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User Review  - njbop - Christianbook.com

I enclose this booklet along with cards sent to relatives and friends when a parent passes away. It often brings comfort when all the activities are over, everyone has gone home and the person is left alone and lonely missing their loved one. Read full review

User Review  - Connie Nelsen - Christianbook.com

Such a good book. The only thing I disagreed with in the book was on page 36 where the author says about our eternal home: "We can't know fur sure, but there are reasons for hope." I believe we CAN ... Read full review

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When a Parent Dies
The Deeply Human Emotions of Grief
Your Own Way to Grieve
Let the Healing Begin
Something Is External
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