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Book: Stunned by Grief Journal by Judy Brizendine
An interactive recovery tool written to stand alone or complement the book Stunned by Grief, which contains in-depth information and further tips, tools, and strategies for dealing with grief. It contains daily support for six months, including thoughts from great minds, reflections, suggestions, quotes, verses, and plenty of room to write. The journal is designed to be picked up anytime and [...]
 
Book: Stunned by Grief - Remapping Your Life When Loss Changes Everything by Judy Brizendine
A highly focused, conversational book that cuts through the clutter and zeroes in on flashpoint issues critical to a griever's healing, the approach to grief presented here is revealing, practical, and down-to-earth. Designed for anyone struggling with death or any of life's tragic losses it features straight talk from people who have been through similar situations, focusing on what to expect [...]
 
Book: Giving Love (Cottonwood) by Sophie Dawson
'The Lord giveth and Lord taketh away. Blessed be the Name of the Lord.' The verse has special meaning to Drew Richards and Katie Reed. Both are reeling from the worst loss they have ever known. Drew lost his wife, in childbirth. Katie, both her husband and infant son in a fire. To save Drew's newborn daughter, he has to ask Katie to do the unthinkable; nurse his daughter knowing each time will [...]
 
Book: Community of Ones - The Search for Self after Devastating Loss by Leona Samson
What does a parent do when the unthinkable happens? What does a mother do when a beloved child is lost to suicide? Will she ever know peace, trust, love and joy again? Can a broken heart ever be mended? "Community of Ones" is a novel - but it was written by a grieving mother who, prior to writing this book, believed that the answer to these last questions was an unequivocal "No." The book tells [...]
 
Book: Lean Not On Your Understanding - A mother's journey from loss to recovery by Frances Hart
Lean Not on Your Understanding takes you on a mother's journey, as she struggles to cope with the death of her daughter. It describes the intense nature of the changes that follow when a parent loses a child. The author, Frances Hart, offers specific, first hand advice drawn from her own experiences in managing the grief that accompanies such a deep and personal loss.
 
Book: Finding Peace - After the Loss of a Parent by Beckey Berry
Finding Peace After the Loss of a Parent is a book about my father's struggle with bladder cancer and my grieving process that followed. It is my honest and truthful feelings about the loss of my father and how to cope and grieve and help my mother at the same time. I started out just writing down the events as they happened to be able to have them later on. Then after my father passed away it [...]
 
Book: The Virgin Widow by Andrea S. Gould, Ph.D.
About The Virgin Widow: The Virgin Widow is a memoir-- a self-help/personal growth book for individuals who have recently lost a partner, written for those who are aware that lifelong partnership is never guaranteed. When the reality of partner loss is thrust upon us, we are most often unprepared. The grief that accompanies the loss is typically overwhelming, as painful as picking one's way [...]
 
Book: Chronic Happy and How to Achieve It! - A Special Needs Parent's Survival Guide by Debbie Oveland
Congratulations on your decision to understand how you can leap onto and stay on a happier path as a parent or caregiver of a child with special needs. We cover the basics to help you understand those feelings of sadness that emerge occasionally, how to navigate those emotions, and in many cases avoid them altogether. The good news is, you are okay. In fact, you are better than okay! You are now [...]
 
Book: Ginny and Me - Reflections of What God Can Do by Christine Walters
"Abuse is damaging. It comes from cycles of abusive behaviors learned and repeated through generations. Because of shame and embarrassment, many people do not speak about the cruelty they endured. In my case, most of the abuse I suffered resulted from my mother's mental illness. For my entire life, people told me to excuse my mom's abuse because she was mentally ill. However, mental illness does [...]
 
Book: Baby Boomers Face Grief - Survival and Recovery by Jane Galbraith
Ninety million baby boomers will, in the next 20 years, face the loss of one or both parents. This book discusses society's lack of acceptance of grief in general and the way past generations have taught us to deal with this life event. Time will heal". "They had a good life" are some examples of empty phrases so often used when dealing with loss. The reader is taken on a journey in this book by [...]
 
Book: Coping With Infidelity - Tips For Dealing With The Other Person by Leigh Richwood
The Other Person... One of the most difficult parts of managing through your spouse's affair Every extramarital affair involves a third party - obviously there's no way around that. Recovering from infidelity is difficult enough without having to deal with the other person. This is a tactical guide to help you understand a little more about the third party dynamic. It outlines steps you should [...]
 
Book: Eye of the Storm - The Silent Grief of Miscarriage by Rachel McGrath
"There is no heartbeat . . . " Those four words will stay with me forever. Sadly about thirty percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage, and many of those women who have suffered this loss often grieve in silence. This short novella details the experience of one woman's loss during the early stages of a pregnancy. McGrath tells her story with full transparency, sharing all of her raw emotions and [...]
 
Book: Please Don't Let Me Die - A Fathers Journey Through Grief and the Criminal Justice System by Patrick J. McCarthy
Patrick McCarthy led a simple, unassuming life. He and his family were thrust into a world where very few have traveled. After a night spent with friends, his sixteen year old daughter was found dead in the morning. What happened? Who is responsible? Patrick seeks answers and justice for those responsible. Follow the pursuit of justice from a grief stricken father, written as events were [...]
 
Book: Writing With A Heavy Heart - Using Grief and Loss to Stretch Your Fiction by Denise Jaden
In her first non-fiction book, Denise Jaden explores the stages and outlets of grief and how to implement them into your fiction to create more interesting characters and a more engaging plot. Some topics of this book include: grieving before the loss, spiritual matters, and how grief affects different ages, personality types, and genders. Find out how to implement heavy emotional scenes [...]
 
Book: Three Days In Heaven by Mark Anthony Waters
Three Days in Heaven is a religions fiction about Tony Stanford, a private practice lawyer, who works for Saint Grenadine Hospital; which is pretty handy for a heart patient! After an apparent heart attack, he finds himself not of this world, but on a heavenly golf course while his body remains behind. Unprepared to believe that he is dead, his wife and Tony's best friend, the hospital [...]
 
Book: My Husband Has Died, But That's Not The Funny Part - When laughter and love overcome grief and loss by Debra J. Blood
Losing her husband Dennis unexpectedly in 2011, at the young age of 47, Debra was faced with handling grief in the only way she knew how, with strength, grace and much laughter. Debra worked through her tears by posting to her husband each day (for one year) on a social media website after his passing. She credits her "seeing the light of day" by sharing funny stories of their time together and [...]
 
Book: Shattered Dreams by Joseph C. Walls
Shattered Dreams is a poetry book that is based on abuse. These poems will help you cope with any kind of abuse that you encountered. Being experienced and knowing several people who were faced with these circumstances gave me the ability to write these poems that I do. I hope that the poems in the book will not open your eyes but give you an understanding and how you as an individual can cope [...]
 
Book: The Toilet Is Over-Flowing & The Dog Is Wearing My Underwear by Debbie Roppolo
In the BC (before children) years, award-winning humor author Debbie Roppolo believed parenting would be a breeze. Had she known motherhood entailed fishing cell phones from toilets and pulling cocoa puffs out of noses, she might have become a nun. Armed with a sharp wit, her stories, and the realization that parenting is sometimes a contact sport, Roppolo enlightens the reader with the knowledge [...]
 
Book: Painted Tree - Two Novellas by Judith Victoria Douglas
Two stories: Both set in 1941-45. IN BLOOD THERE IS NO HONOR A crime that leads to extremes in blood-for-blood vengeance. A southern family struggles through the consequences of a chance occurrence, a crime unplanned. We are privy to their sorrows begun with the opportunistic kidnapping of beautiful fourteen year old Tessa, granddaughter in the three generation household. The staunch and [...]
 
Book: Choosing the Wide River by Chris M. Carmichael
When life seems dark and hopeless, it is easy for negativity to color everything we feel or do. But what does this negative focus do to us? Eventually, we may fall deeper into despair, and we may lose touch with ourselves completely. There is another way of being that allows more healing, more joy, more love into our lives. Choosing The Wide River is a short collection of insights about this [...]
 
Book: Who Says? by Rachel Kidd
No doubt, like most people, at sometime or another YOU will have daydreamt about how you would handle things were you to strike it rich. However, it is highly doubtful you will have ever given a single moments thought to how you would handle things if your life to suddenly become a living hell. Who ever does? Certainly not Rachel Kidd, but in the space of only a few seconds that is exactly what [...]
 
Book: Fortis Momentum - A Spiritually Inspirational Self-Help Book of Prayers, Meditations, Thoughts, and Strategies for Christianity by Chris Downs
Also available on all major devices using the Kindle App. Ever wonder why us Christians are thought of so negatively by so many? Why any of the world's faiths can be brought up in conversation, but the second the name Jesus is said, angry faces emerge? Ever felt the need to grow and strengthen your prayer life? Don't know how to pray or need to know how to pray better? Have overwhelming stressors [...]
 
Book: The Pebble Champion by A. D. Pritchard
Haunted by the death of his mother and the loss of a childhood friendship, 15-year-old Chris moves to the Isle of Wight to begin a new life with his estranged father. There, alone on the beach, he deals with his grief and guilt by entering an imagined world where he competes to become The Pebble Champion, skimming stones farther than anyone else across the surface of the sea. With each pebble [...]
 
Book: Thirty Tips To Stop Your Depression In Its Tracks by Johannes R. Malan
HOW TO OVERCOME DEPRESSION IN 30 DAYS - The content of this book is based on well-established life coaching techniques and tips that I have used to overcome depression myself. It teaches you the five key principles to overcome depression: ATTITUDE: The Way To Change Your DIRECTION - AWARENESS: The Way To Change Your HABITS - FOCUS: The Way To Change Your EXPERIENCE - PURPOSE: The Way To Change [...]
 
Book: ADHD The Shiny Nickel Survivors Guide by Laurie Pailes-Lindeman
Life of an adult with ADHD is nothing short of movie credits flashing through your brain over and over. Now Imagine how difficult that could be to live with every day. This book is to show how everyone is involved in the process of finding a balance between your life and theirs. At the end of the movie you get to walk out of the theater. People living with ADHD do not. Understand, love and [...]
 
Book: Peace by A D Koboah
Peace Osei is young, beautiful - and addicted to heroin; the only thing that can keep painful past memories at bay. But when a face from the past re-enters her life demanding answers to questions she is not ready to face, it threatens to send Peace swimming deeper into self-destructive waters. Having spent so long drifting away from the real world, can Peace find the strength to face the past and [...]
 
Book: Losing Ground by Lorraine Carey
"It is so very hard to believe that it would take some forty years to finally realize what I am and the gifts that I possess. I guess deep down I always knew I had some innate wisdom and so did my mother, but never had to time to develop it. In Losing Ground, a true story of one very gifted intuitive, you will read my journey that encompasses one of Divine Guidance while on a path of [...]
 
Book: Finding the Rainbow by Rachel McGrath
Finding the Rainbow is a fascinating and honest insight into a world that most would find difficult to understand, and many would be quietly thankful not to need to. McGrath tells the story of her battle to conceive and carry a baby, with unrestricted honesty, leaving the reader in no doubt as to her thoughts and feelings, and the courageousness with which she deals with a very difficult period [...]
 
Book: Crooked Paths by Barb McIntyre
Four women lean on each other during a life-changing two year period. They share extremes of happiness and grief with humor, wit, and generosity. Excerpt - "On our drive through life," Pat read from her laptop screen, "many of us are forced to navigate past more than our fair share of conflicting traffic signs, take more detours, and spend more time in slow speed zones on winding roads. Only the [...]
 
Book: A Season, and A Time (Southhill Sagas) by Jenny Gill
Baby Boomer Fiction - The 6th book in the Southhill Sagas, set in Surrey, to the South of London - though each book stands alone. When Rhona's family throws a surprise party for her sixtieth birthday, you might think she is the woman who has it all - she has her health, a lovely home, a good marriage, and a loving daughter, even a part time job which she enjoys. But ever present is the tragedy [...]
 
Book: Garden Yoga - Memoirs of a Goya by Sherrill Anne Layton
In this skip down the beds of her past and present gardens, Sherrill Layton offers us a humorous glimpse of her lives spent as child, sister, wife, mother, and, finally, herself. The birth of Sherrill's voice never had a forum until grief forced her to speak. Garden Yoga is a philosophical take on the seasons of our lives and our elemental evolution. Comedy and tragedy, frogs, and the [...]
 
Book: Fisherman's Dream (Southhill Sagas) by Jenny Gill
Baby Boomer Fiction - No 4 in The Southhill Sagas, set in leafy Surrey to the south of London. Each book in the series stands alone. Martin loves fishing. His dream in life is to run his own business, passing on his love of fishing. His wife Cilla is behind him all the way and they open a full service fishing tackle shop which they call Fisherman's Dream. Then an out of control lorry on the [...]
 
Book: Profound Blessings (Volume 1) by Catherine Capra-Leaf
Reeling from the loss of a lifetime has brought her to the cliffs of Lake Superior to let her heart run free. A long arduous journey of rediscovery had landed her here. And on this extraordinary day, she would have a serendipitous encounter with an old man who carried pockets full of field corn, that changed the course of her life. An encounter that taught her the truest meaning of love, how to [...]
 
Book: It Isn't Cheating if He's Dead by Julie Frayn
It Isn't Cheating if He's Dead is a modern day fairy tale complete with damsel in distress, white knight, village paupers, an evil step-mother, a castle, and happily ever after. The story is full of rich characters and a palpable sense of place. It is an uplifting and sexy tale that is never sappy. "I thought this was going to be cute chick-lit, but it was so much more!" Jan Moutz "Mental illness [...]
 
Book: Pam of Babylon by Suzanne Jenkins
2016 Honorable Mention Reader's Favorite Book Awards - Pam of Babylon - Book #1 in the Best Selling Series! If you like romance series with twists and turns, then you'll love the Pam of Babylon Series. When Jack has a heart attack on the train from Manhattan, Pam and Jack's two lovers discover secrets and lies, and each other,in this contemporary romance with a touch of noir. In a tale of [...]
 
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