Item description for Grieving God's Way by Margaret Brownley...
Overview 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.
Publishers Description 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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Studio: Winepress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.94" Width: 6.3" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.27 lbs.
Release Date Jan 24, 2004
Publisher WINEPRESS PUBLISHING #1453
ISBN 1579216641 ISBN13 9781579216641
Availability 0 units.
More About Margaret Brownley
Margaret Brownley is a "New York Times" best-selling author and has penned more than twenty-five historical and contemporary novels. "A Lady Like Sarah" was a Romance Writers of America RITA finalist.
Margaret Brownley currently resides in Simi Valley, in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Grieving God's Way?
Help through your grief Dec 22, 2008
I found so many useful suggestions of things I could do to help myself through my grief in the loss of my Mom. I knew grief was a process, but there are so many suggestions, i.e., keeping a journal - that help so much. I found that suggestion was tremendously helpful, because I could write things in my journal that I didn't feel that I could or would know how to share with anyone. It gave me a place to vent those private, heartbroken feelings and in the process I found that it was helping me heal. Excellent book.
Grieving God's Way Nov 3, 2008
I loved the scriptural support references. I wish I could get my friend who lost her son to read it.Grieving God's Way
Grieving God's Way Nov 6, 2006
This book is written from the heart for those who are seeking comfort and meaning in their grief journey toward healing. Easy reading and numerous short sections help the reader cope with the struggles of the moment or day by guiding the grief work toward healing. Scripture verses, haiku and healing recommendations for grief all in one.
A Compassionate Story of Facing Loss May 24, 2006
"Sometimes compassion offers only outstretched arms to unburden grief." ~ Diantha Ain
Margaret Brownley is the author of 23 books of fiction and this is a book where she deals with her own reality in all its pain and conflict. She is also the founder of a Bereavement Care and Grief Center. Through her own experiences and the experiences of those around her she has learned a great deal of practical information she now offers to anyone who has unresolved grief and wants to find their way back to their lost joy.
"The soul seeks to grow, to question, and to understand, and this constant search plunges us into dangerous waters and hurls us into hostile space. It's the soul that demands answers from God." ~Margaret Brownley
Grieving God's Way is divided into four main sections that include healing in the areas of Body, Soul, Heart and Spirit. The book starts with gentle breathing exercises and continues through a process of healing each section of hurt and confusion. You will find a place to relax into an understanding that calms and comforts the soul.
The importance of writing, prayer, exercise, getting outside in the sun, lighting candles, remembering good memories and heart-healing ideas are presented with care in a nurturing environment of beautiful writing. I have read many books on grief, but this one is my favorite because it addresses issues in easy-to-read sections and is written by an author who truly understands the grieving process. Grieving God's Way is a very personal journey into the heart.
"Tears comfort the soul washing away our sorrow one drop at a time." ~Diantha Ain
~The Rebecca Review
A Tender, helpful read Apr 2, 2005
None of us in this life are allowed the luxury of escaping the loss of someone or something we love. If there is life, there will certainly be death. In this exceptional work, Grieving God's Way,author Margaret Brownley helps us to understand the grieving process and leads us upon the walkway to peace. In her writing she is open and frank about our grieving experience, yet she laces each expression with comforting Scriptures and insightful wisdom from the Lord. She shares topics such as, "the Healing Power of Prayer, To Hope Again, God The Beacon, and Where Is God?" She takes some tough subjects and questions that those grieving are certainly screaming out, and gently but with deep conviction speaks the assuring words that are so desperately needed to be heard.
Grieving God's Way is a book written with a fresh approach to dealing with such a personal, intimate and unapproachable emotion, grief. In this work, we find hope, encouragement and a glimmer of peace for the future. I recommend this book and know that the words within it's pages will help bring healing to many. Shirley Johnson