Item description for Grief Passages by Gale Davis Stewart...
Grief Passages is the chronicle of one woman's journey through grief after the death of her 32-year-old daughter. Not a "how-to" book, Grief Passages tells how the author found renewed hope and the desire to live fully, perhaps for the first time in her life.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.31" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Dec 20, 2000
Publisher Writers Club Press
ISBN 0595156185 ISBN13 9780595156184
Availability 75 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 03:05.
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More About Gale Davis Stewart
Stewart's career includes Career Counselor, Domestic Violence Counselor, Public Relations, and owning a speakers' bureau.
Gale Davis Stewart currently resides in Albuquerque, in the state of New Mexico.
Reviews - What do customers think about Grief Passages?
A Survivors Handbook Feb 27, 2001
Gail Stewart opens her wounds so we can heal ours. Her technique of interspersing "real time" journal entries with reflective narration is highly effective. Grief Passages lets us experience, through Gail, the traumatic, gut-wrenching, blow to the stomach sensations associated with the death of a loved one.
Why would anyone want to read a book about death that pulls no punches? Because the loss of someone or something close to us WILL happen and when it does we will be filled with emotions never before experienced
Grief Passages is a survivors handbook that educates and let's you know you're not alone.
This book provides excellent companionship to those who have suffered a loss. But equally as important, Gail's open sharing of her mistakes gives readers an insight on what may be done today to ease the guilt sure to surface when a big part of our life dies