An exploration of death, bereavement and grief. This first hand account gives Geoff Mead's experience of responding to the loss of his wife from a brain tumour. Giving insight into the grieving process and how Geoff learned to manage his grief, this bo... show more
For most people, the pain of loss dominates their experience of grief. Grief then becomes something to be avoided or completed as quickly as possible. In her new book, Lisa Irish presents grief as our “ally” in the Land of Loss and offers pathways and ... show more
Just as grief is an experience that affects us physically, mentally, emotionally, cognitively, and spiritually, yoga sustains and strengthens us in all of those same areas. This book demonstrates how the principles and practices of yoga can help reliev... show more
In the early hours of March 7, 1999, Justina Page’s life changed forever when a four-alarm house fire ravaged and destroyed her family’s home. In the aftermath, facing the heartbreaking loss of one of their toddler twin boys, Justina and her husband ha... show more
In this remarkable book, John Welshons weaves together his own personal awakening with those of others he’s counseled to create a deeply felt and beautifully expressed primer on dealing with grief. Grieving, says Welshons, offers a unique opportunity t... show more
After 50 years in the funeral business, 80-year-old grandmother-undertaker June Knights Nadle has seen it all — at least all of what goes on before, during, and after life’s ultimate challenge. In Mortician Diaries, she combines equal doses of charm, h... show more
The success of mega-bestsellers like Proof of Heaven and 90 Minutes in Heaven shows that readers hunger for insight into what happens when we die. But can we know? Are there those who’ve been “there” and back? Echo Bodine is beloved for her down-to-ear... show more
Provides faith-based reflections using prayers, stories, exercises of the imagination, and commentary. Topics include losses connected to aging, relationships, jobs or roles; death of loved ones, dreams, hopes, and expectations.
In this powerful book, Biebel leaves behind the all-too-familiar platitudes and instead offers the unvarnished truth about the pain of illness, death, divorce, financial ruin, and more. With keen insight and a Christian outlook, Biebel puts God right b... show more
“We Don’t Die: A Skeptic’s Discovery of Life After Death” gives credible evidence of life after death. The goal of “We Don’t Die” is to have people believe that their deceased loved ones are still near them, help them navigate through the grieving proc... show more
Those who have been bereaved are in need of support, and groupwork is an effective way in which people can come together and support each other in a trusted environment.
This book provides a practical introduction to setting up and facilitating berea... show more