Healing After Loss: Daily Meditations For Working Through Grief
by Martha W. Hickman
Reviewed by Carleen Newsome
This paperback book containing daily meditations offers continuous support to anyone navigating the grief process. It is a comforting daily companion during all stages of grief. Grief often feels overwhelming and our ability to concentrate at times is compromised. Healing After Loss keeps this in mind by offering poignant reflections in small digestible pieces. This book offers a daily quotation, a one paragraph or page reflection on the passage and finally a statement encouraging the reader to put the reflection into action that day.
When words are not enough it is a great gift for someone you know who may be suffering from loss. Loss comes in many forms such as the death of a spouse, son or daughter, parent, close friend or pet. It can also be experienced when a relationship ends, a job is loss or health declines. Grief has many universal aspects to it but the process is unique to each individual. This book can be used in many different ways to meet those unique individual needs. Some may open the book each day to a random page, others may explore important and significant dates, others may look up particular topics and still others may simply read it sequentially.
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