Item description for The Death of a Husband: Reflections for a Grieving Wife (Comfort After a Loss) by Helen Reichert Lambin...
Over forty reflections offer insights that will touch a woman's heart, heal her soul and point out new and hopeful directions.
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Studio: ACTA Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.42" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2003
Publisher ACTA Publications
Series Comfort After a Loss
ISBN 0879461799 ISBN13 9780879461799
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More About Helen Reichert Lambin
Helen R. Lambin is the Coordinator of the Faculty Development Center at Loyola University in Chicago
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Death of a Husband: Reflections for a Grieving Wife (Comfort After a Loss)?
I'm not alone! May 9, 2004
After losing my husband suddenly 4 years ago it had been suggested by well-meaning friends and relatives to try this group, that seminar, etc. My mood swings nearly sent them over the edge and they had me believing that there was something terribly wrong with me. After reading "The Death of a Husband" I discovered there was. I WAS GRIEVING! It belongs to me and no one else. But I am not alone. There was someone else out there who was feeling like I am, thinking like I do, acting like I do...this I learned I must do. I must thank Helen Reichert Lambin for putting her angst into print. It has helped me tremendously. I am reading it now for the 3rd time. Each time I do, I highlight more and more passages, and I laugh more and more each time I read it. I have several friends who recently lost their husbands (we are all under 45) and have recommended this book highly. Thank you.