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Experiencing Grief

4.11 of 5 stars 4.11  ·  rating details  ·  71 ratings  ·  10 reviews
At one time or another, we will all find ourselves facing a dark journey—the passage through grief. Experiencing Grief is written for a person who is in the wake of despair grief leaves. This brief but powerful book will help lead readers out of their grief experience through five stages of grief. At the end of the journey is peace and a seasoned, more mature faith.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by B&H Books
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S.L. Hughson
I don't know if I could have read this book when grief over my mom's death was fresh. Even a year later, many passages put me into tears or brought other emotions to the surface. I do believe this book's greatest value lies in helping those who want to help someone they love through the grieving process. It spotlights different behaviors that are completely normal so we won't worry when we see them in our grieving loved one. Also, the information here might help me grieve more effectively throug ...more
Sarah
Short read, slender book, but it is thick with information on the grieving process. While this pertains mostly to grieving the death of someone, it can be applied to the "death" of a relationship, a business, or any thing else that ends and causes a person to grieve. I have learned a lot from this book as it has put the proverbial face with the name: why do we grieve and what are the scenes of grief we all experience; everyone grieves at their own pace. Woven through this book is the explanation ...more
Sherri Moorer
An excellent book that gives a great overview of the grieving process. I read this in hopes of helping my husband deal with the recent loss of his father, and I learned a lot.
Garland Vance
Good insights on how one experiences grief. It is small (which is good since grief often causes a lack of concentration) and deals authentically with difficult issues. I found myself frequently nodding in agreement with my own experience of grieving the loss of my mother. It is a useful companion to those going through the grieving process.
Andi Pearson
I highly recommend this book when someone you are close to passes away. The book is less than 90 pages and easy to read. The book helped me to understand the process of grief and what feelings and emotions were healthy and okay.
Linda
This is a great little book that is good to give someone who is grieving. It is easy to read and covers all the basics. H. Norman Wright always has some helpful things to say.
Mary
Great book for those experiencing grief. It was difficult at times to read due to the emotion, but helped a lot.
Mary L
Mar 23, 2012 Mary L added it
I highly recommend it for those going through the grieving process.
Joanne Chantelau
Had some really good take-aways for me.
Spencer
You should carry a stack of these in your car/pocket to hand out to everyone in pain. Amazing and easy to read.
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