Grieving God's Way

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Winepress Pub, 2004年1月24日 - 320 頁
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IFIt's been six months A year Two years (or more) And you still feel Depressed Joyless Lost AloneIFYou're afraid to tell anyone That you're still grieving For fear they'll think you're crazy If you feel the need to hide your feelings behind A smile . . . and try to pretend everything is okay . . .Then what you're feeling is perfectly normal. Did you know that it can take as long as five years or more for a person to adequately work through grief? But because we live in a fast-paced society, we often sweep grief under the rug, or ignore it altogether. Medical experts now know that unresolved grief can cause such health problems as headaches, depression, back pain, and even heart disease and cancer.Grieving God's Way is a book made to order for the grieving spirit. It will help you gain new insight into the grieving process, gain more appreciation for friends and family, and come to understand God's plan for healing heart and soul. It may even help cure your back.

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Excellent resource

用戶評語  - Doreen renewing strength - Christianbook.com

AUG 18 Grieving God's Way I requested this book to review as part of the BookSneeze program with Thomas Nelson Publishers. I received this book free and my obligation is to write an honest review ... 閱讀評論全文

A Beautiful Book on Understanding Loss

用戶評語  - Heather King - Christianbook.com

Margaret Brownley's son died after a prolonged illness. After three years of not writing a word, she wrote this lovely book , a 90-day devotional to help others facing grief and loss. It's been seven ... 閱讀評論全文

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Healing the Grieving Body
19
Breathing Lessons
21
With Open Hands
23
A Room of Her Own
25
Writing It All Down
27
Teddy Bears and Other Warm Fuzzies
29
Stand Up and Heal
31
Is Anyone Listening?
33
Steps to Regaining Passion
97
Seismic Tremors
101
A Place Called Diary
103
Expressing Feelings Through Art
105
Visions
107
First Things First
109
A Road to God
111
Healing Through Creativity
113

Walking Through Grief
35
The Healing Sun
37
The Sweet Gift of Memory
39
Grief Is Not an Illness
41
Gods Way
43
Stop and Go
45
Pay Later
47
Healing Through Travel
49
Healing Through Play
53
It Really Is in Your Head
55
Hoppy Meals
57
Tea and Sympathy
59
Surviving Through Humor
61
Healing Through Gratitude
65
Clap and Heal
67
What It Takes to Be Happy
69
A Necessary Holiday
71
Its Not Just a Matter of Survival
73
Signs of Grief
75
Healing Through the Senses
77
How Birds Learn to Fly
79
Healing the Grieving Soul
81
Chipping Away
83
Messages from the Soul
85
Avoiding the Pain
87
Setting the Stage for Healing
89
Spring Fever
91
Soul Work
95
Learning from Children
115
The Healing Power of Music
117
Music of the Soul
119
The Color of Grief
121
Healing Through Beauty
123
Attitude Adjustment
265
Spiritual Growth Through Loss
267
Spiritual Crutches
269
Sins of Omission
271
Where Is God?
273
Creating a Safety Net
275
Secrets
277
The Gift of Anger
279
Forgiveness
281
Blessings
283
Legacy
287
Count Your Blessings
289
The Gift of Guilt
291
Out of Pain Comes the Gift of a Deeper Faith
295
Square Pegs
297
Signs of Healing
299
Lost Innocence
303
A Time to Grieve
305
When Part of You Is Missing
309
The Only Perfect Gift
311
From Grief to Thanksgiving
313
About the Author
315
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Margaret Brownley considers her writing a living memorial to the loved ones she has lost through the years. Grieving God¿s Way is a gift to her son, Kevin, who died seven years ago. Margaret started her career writing inspirational nonfiction and has published more than four hundred articles in such national magazines as Working Mother, Modern Bride, Westways, Instructor, and McCalls. She wrote a column for two years for a Woman¿s Day publication; her inspirational works have appeared in many devotional books including: Saying Goodbye When You Don't Want To (a book for grieving teens, published by Vine Books); A Moment A Day, Still Moments, and Songs From the Heart (Regal Books); and The Walker Within (a first person account of how the author walked her way through grief, published by Lyons Press). Her work has been published in The Catholic Digest, These Days and other inspirational magazines, and she is a contributing editor of Bereavement Magazine, which publishes columns from her book. She wrote several inspirational booklets on social issues for Community Intervention, some of which are on several family ¿recommended reading¿ lists. In addition to her nonfiction experience, Margaret is also the author of 22 novels written for Penguin, St. Martin¿s Press, Harlequin, and Time Warner. Her books have appeared on Waldenbooks, B. Dalton, and Ingram¿s bestseller lists. Her work appeared in an anthology that made the USA Today bestseller list and was picked up by Doubleday Book Club. The author has also written for a CBS TV show, and served as a consultant for a show that aired on 48 Hours. Her books have appeared in 14 languages, and an independent producer optioned one of her novels. Margaret has taught creative writing at the Learning Tree University for eight years, and is much in demand as a speaker. She is presently an editorial associate for Writer¿s Digest. A member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling, she is the founder of her church¿s Bereavement Care and Grief Center.

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