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Book: Never Been Born by Kimberly Hammer
When the devastating loss of her only son plunges Gina Martin into utter despair, she grapples with the age-old question of why a loving God allows bad things to happen to good people. And she finds herself reflecting on her own mortality. Through a chance encounter with an angelic stranger, Gina learns things about her son that astound her. This stranger provides Gina with a glimpse into the [...]
 
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: 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: 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: The Ruby Brooch by Katherine Lowry Logan
You'll laugh, cry, and grip the edge of your seat in this ruby among garnets. Heiress to the MacKlenna fortune, equestrian and paramedic, Kit MacKlenna, risks everything to discover her true identity. Was she really born in the 1800s? As the sole survivor of the car crash that killed her parents, grief-stricken paramedic Kit MacKlenna is stunned to learn her life is built on lies. A legacy from [...]
 
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: From Tragedy To Triumph - The Father's Story of the Loss of Three Children and the Faith to Overcome by Alex Davis
A man's struggle with the untimely deaths of three of his four children, all due to unusual circumstances. This is the story of a man learning how to deal with such a tragedy. You will follow Alex and see what happens when he lays down the grief and runs to God. The heartfelt pain was so intense that the man walked away from his business and settled in for a long season of prayer, going to God [...]
 
Book: Jew in Jail by Gary Goldstein
JEW IN JAIL is the true story of the nearly six years that I spent incarcerated in various correctional facilities throughout the state of New York. It deals with my attempts at recovery from past addictions to alcohol, drugs and gambling, as well as my efforts to turn my life around in hopes of becoming a solid citizen and successful member of society upon my release. In addition, my book also [...]
 
Book: Up From Down - A True Story Of Recovery From Addiction by Ted Adamson
Up from Down is not a book about gloom and doom, but an inspirational book that offers hope to all who have faltered. Strung out on heroin, Ted Adamson began his journey with a Swat team descending on a pharmacy to stop his wild rampage in search of drugs. From the cruelty in the county jail to race riots in state prison, the hard, gritty life of a drug addict is portrayed in all its real-world [...]
 
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: The Angel of Recovery (Witnesses Book 2) by Richard French
A Veteran Defends the American Way even after a Failed War - Expecting that his cousin Bertram Hungerford, the leader of the Scythian cult, will be in prison for a long time, Paul Kingsley, his wife Tanya, and their three children drive from the northeastern U. S. to an island off the coast of Georgia for an extended holiday. They will stay at a resort hotel that Hungerford's wife Pat has just [...]
 
Book: The "Faces" Of My Grief by Catherine McWilliams Myers
The Faces of My Grief: If we live through this life's journey long enough, we will all come to know and understand that in life, sooner or later, we will all, in some way or another, come face-to-face with death. I have decided to use six different faces, which represent six specific individuals who's death, impacted, changed, uprooted and literally pulled the rug from under the comfort zone of [...]
 
Book: Staying Clean, Taking Medications by Ken Montrose
This workbook outlines five steps for taking medications. It provides exercises to explore the need for medications, and asks the reader to take stock of his or her recovery. A brief outline of the steps follows. The first step is to stop taking anything not prescribed for you. This includes alcohol and other drugs, over-the-counter medications, and anything prescribed for your spouse or [...]
 
Book: Hauling it to the Curb - Cleaning up your life in early recovery by Ken Montrose
This 160 page workbook helps newcomers explore their denial, deal with early recovery, and work the first five steps of AA/NA. In addition to practical advice and thought-provoking exercises, this book tells the story of Matt and Rachel, a young couple in early recovery. Some of us are born into a dump. Our parents have filled our homes with loads of emotional garbage. Every room holds memories [...]
 
Book: Beyond Humpty Dumpty - Recovery Reflections On The Seasons Of Our Lives by Kenneth E Ferber
A transformational book to assist in any area of recovery from life's struggles and addictions. It is spiritually based with daily life applications, outlined from the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. It is a black and white version, 252 pages in length, outlined by the four seasons of the year through the 12 Steps of AA, illustrated with 92 photographs. Each of the 12 Steps are applied to the [...]
 
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: The Road Way Less Traveled - Starting recovery young by Ken Montrose
This workbook addresses questions frequently asked by young people new to recovery: What will I do? Who will I spend time with? How will I get through life without drugs? Why are drugs so hard to quit? The text underscores how the resilience of youth is eventually overwhelmed by the progressive nature of addiction. Contains a parable about burning down houses infested with singing rats. The [...]
 
Book: NEVER ENOUGH - A Recovery Workbook - For Addictions and Eating Disorders (Volume 1) by Nina Bingham
Are you a DIYer? The Never Enough Recovery Workbook is a new approach to recovery. More than just convenient and affordable, it's the therapeutic answer for the busy self-helper. NEVER ENOUGH: A Recovery Workbook will uncover the roots of addictive behaviors, obsessive thinking, and eating disorders. This work-at-your-own pace program provides state-of-the-art, research-proven methods of [...]
 
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: Forgiveness in Recovery by Ken Montrose
Written for people new to recovery, this workbook helps the reader develop a realistic outlook on forgiveness. Basic, and sometimes difficult, truths discussed in Forgiveness include: The people we hope will forgive us don't have to. Seeing the other person's point of view isn't always easy, our point of view may not be easy for them to see. We do well to practice the AA slogan clean your side of [...]
 
Book: Surviving the Tsunami of Grief - For the Bereaved and Those Wanting to Support Them by Katrina Taee and Wendelien McNicoll
Are you grieving? Would you like to have a better understanding of grief? Are you wanting to support someone who is grieving but don't know how? This beautifully illustrated book written by two experienced Bereavement Counsellors is unlike any other about grief. Each page takes you on a thought-provoking journey, each image echoed by the voices of bereaved people. As thoughts, feelings and [...]
 
Book: The 23rd Psalm Vision - A Gift For Mind and Spirit by ML Smith
The 23rd Psalm - Beautifully Illustrated - Word by Word, the inspirational paintings of artist M.L. Smith bring this beloved Bible passage up close and personal, with large, easy-to-read text seemingly cut from gemstones. This beautiful book is a daily inspiration for those in hospitals or nursing homes, facing difficult times or just needing a quiet immersion into the most sublime poetry in the [...]
 
Book: Mending the Shattered Mirror - A Journey of Recovery from Abuse in Therapy by Analie Shepherd
Honorable Mention: Paris Book Festival /Honorable Mention: San Francisco Book Festival - "I couldn't stop thinking about it. The book was hauntingly beautiful." K. E. Fleming "Kept me reading into the wee hours of the morning, I was that engrossed in the story ..." Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite "Consistently compelling, insightful, informative, and thought provoking." Midwestern Book Review [...]
 
Book: Beyond Love Trauma by Dr. Paul A. Wagner
Discover the Three Intimacies and How They Work Together So you're truly over your divorce? You've fought the furies, you've escaped that feeling of being kept in limbo, you've learned to live alone, you have been through what we call Love Trauma. Now you're ready for Beyond Love Trauma. In this new second book of Wagner's Love Trauma series, he insists on the maxim "Know Thyself." If you're [...]
 
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: 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: Give Back the Pain - Emotional Healing through Source Completion Therapy by Robert Bleck
Believing that we all suffer from at least some emotional wounds as a result of our past experiences, Dr. Robert Bleck set out to devise a recovery therapy to aid his clients in "coming to terms" with those past hurts. The result has come to be known as Source Completion Therapy (SCT)."To live a healthy and enriched life, our past emtotional wounds-like bodily infections-must be cleansed and [...]
 
Book: Spine Surgery Recovery - How to Prepare Your Home and Take Care of Yourself to Minimize Pain and Stress by Sandra Joines
Ready to Breeze Through Your Spine Surgery Recovery? Not gonna happen. Not the breeze-through part anyway. By implementing some easy, inexpensive adjustments, however, you can transform your home into a place of comfort and convenience for your postoperative journey. Also, by following practical guidelines for taking care of yourself, your recovery will be a WHOLE lot easier and considerbly less [...]
 
Book: BreakupAid by Leo Averbach
The e-book comprises a series of articles containing important lessons Averbach learned from his own divorce and his path to recovery. The articles focus on problems readers are likely to encounter in the course of their divorce/breakup/separation and contain a range of aids to help them deal with their situation, to give them more control over events and to assist them to move on. Following the [...]
 
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: Insanity - Beyond Understanding by Bajeerao Patil
Working as a drug and alcohol counselor for over 20 years has given author Bajeerao Patil a world of experiences, as well as a trove of heartrending and peculiar stories filled with unforgettable characters. Visit the agonizing, sad and often-strange world the addicts find themselves in; your eyes will be opened to stories that happened behind the closed doors. Addicts believe they truly cannot [...]
 
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: Once Confronted by Lynne Stringer
After a normal day turns disastrous, Madison Craig tries to put her life back together. She's jumping at shadows and finds even familiar places terrifying. Can she forgive the men who hurt her? Her friend Evan Mansfield sees no need to do anything but hate their assailants. He struggles with bitterness, but Maddy wants to move on. What will she do when one of the men asks for forgiveness?
 


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