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'Healing After Loss'

Posted by socks12345 (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 16, 04 at 11:20

Here's a little book I have found helpful over the last year:

"Healing After Loss, Daily Meditations for Working Through Grief" by Martha Whitmore Hickman

I like to read a passage each evening before bed. I also recently gave the book as a gift to someone who lost her mother.

I think this book is good to gift even many months after the loss, because then the recipient knows that others understand that even though life is going on, the pain of the loss goes on too!

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RE: 'Healing After Loss'

Thanks, Socks. I believe that I have this book. It is one among many that I have read after the loss of Christin.

RE: 'Healing After Loss'

thanks for the info...i have been so hungry to read everything i possibly can to try and heal....i have yet to find the magical one that will even come close...ill give this one a try

RE: 'Healing After Loss'

The BEST book out of all of the many, many books that I read after Christin is called "Mother Angelica's Answers, Not Promises" by Mother M. Angelica with Christine Allison.
Give it a try. I really, really liked it.

RE: 'Healing After Loss'

My BF has read MANY books to help himself heal and I have been looking for more for him. Maybe I'll check this one out at the local bookstores for him...Thanks

RE: 'Healing After Loss'

One of the best books I read that realy helped my was Come Away My Beloved. I felt like God was right there on the sofa with me. It realy did help and I bought many different ones.

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