Item description for Remembering with Love: Messages of Hope for the First Year of Grieving and Beyond by Elizabeth Levang & Sherokee Ilse...
Suitable for those grieving the loss of a loved one, offering compassion, comfort, and guidance, this title contains more than 300 heartfelt messages of hope that remind us that we are not alone, that we can and will survive. It shows us that the key to healing process lies not in forgetting but in remembering cherished times forever.
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Studio: Fairview Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 4.75" Height: 7.75" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Oct 22, 1996
Publisher Fairview Press
ISBN 0925190861 ISBN13 9780925190864
Availability 39 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 24, 2016 05:00.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Remembering with Love: Messages of Hope for the First Year of Grieving and Beyond?
Excellent Grief Resource Aug 18, 2006
Remembering With Love is an excellent resource that helps bring comfort to those who are experiencing grief. The short excerpts speak directly to the heart. They help you ride the waves of grief that come and go like the changing tide. I give this book almost exclusively,instead of flowers. I keep several on hand most of the time. Many friends , colleagues, and family members have told me what a big help this book was to them.
Connie Miner, M.A., LPC
Remembering with Love Jan 15, 2001
After the sudden death of my mother and oldest son in an automobile accident, I could not concentrate enough to even read. As time went by, I was eventually able to read short things that did not require deep concentration. This book was wonderful for me because I could handle reading the short messages of hope. It helped me so much. This book is unique in that it reaches out to losses of all types in a very effective way. At the beginning of each message, the author begins by quoting someone who has lost a loved one. She then uses that thought to give hope to those who are grieving. I plan to purchase additional copies of this book to give to others who lose loved ones.
Remembering with Love Dec 4, 1999
This book helped me with my own grieving, and I have also given it to several friends who recently lost loved ones. The short 1-2 page essays and thoughts, intended to be a "thought for today" format, are especially helpful for people who, because they are grieving, may not be able to focus on longer books, for longer periods of time. It's a real gem!
This is a wonderful book. Aug 23, 1998
The short essays written by people who have experienced what you are going through, and the suggestions for meditations make it a great resource for the varied emotions of grief. It makes a good book for browsing when you need some uplifting words, or when you need to know that what you are feeling is normal. I think it is especially helpful for those who have suffered the loss of a child. I have given it many times to friends who have lost someone they love.
A truly liberating book/ an excellent source of support Jun 18, 1998
Having struggled with many confusing feelings for a year and a half after the sudden death of my beloved 19 year old son, I found this book by accident while browsing through a bookstore in San Francisco in 1993. From the moment I picked it off the shelf I drew comfort from the many short stories of people like myself who are experiencing feelings of total devastation, anger (particularly at God), loneliness, numbness and guilt for not being able to get control of my feelings. To see these feelings verbalized by others, made me realize that not only is it okay to have these feelings, but it is also normal. To be told that I have a RIGHT to be angry, lonely, numb and anything else I may be feeling, freed me from my guilt. I lost my son. I have every right to grieve. And to grieve, any way, and for as long as I need to. A truly liberating book. It still sits out on my table for me to use when I am down on myself. I have recommended it to many people.