[Ebook] The Grieving Garden By Suzanne Redfern – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[Ebook] The Grieving Garden By Suzanne Redfern – serv3.3pub.co.uk [KINDLE] ❦ The Grieving Garden ➚ Suzanne Redfern – Serv3.3pub.co.uk Every year some two million parents in the US suffer the death of a son or daughter The unnatural seuence of the child's preceding the parent in death creates a wrenching loss and overwhelming emotion Every year some two million parents in the US suffer the death of a The Grieving PDF/EPUB or son or daughter The unnatural seuence of the child's preceding the parent in death creates a wrenching loss and overwhelming emotional and spiritual disorientation Most of these bereaved parents find relief from their isolation only in the company of others like themselves The Grieving Garden offers the support understanding and ultimately comfort and hope from those who have shed the same tears over the death of a child The Grieving Garden is a ground breaking book that invites bereaved parents into personal conversations with a diverse group of fathers and mothers who share the same loss The text is free of distracting and heavy handed editorializing expert opinion or unwanted advice Instead readers are welcomed into a community of common understanding one they may enter at will at their own pace for reassurance and hope.


3 thoughts on “The Grieving Garden

  1. Teresa Jordan Teresa Jordan says:

    Excellent book for those dealing with the loss of a child It becomes like a well worn friend you can always turn to


  2. Jill Jill says:

    I glanced briefly at this I'm not ready for it now but I'd like to come back to it again in a few monthsthe angels have no wingsthey come to you wearing their own clothesthey have learned to love you and will keep comingunless you insist on wings Lucille CliftonI found this passage encouragingMonica Jones After her death I reckoned that if she could keep smiling so could I even though it wasn't always easy in the beginning I realized that many parents had lost children during much difficult times such as wars or natural disasters With time I knew and could tell others with assurance that a parent such as myself can not only survive the death of a child but can also continue to live each day to the fullest with the awareness that one's life has been immeasurably enriched by having had this child even if the child did not live to adulthoodAnd I like the sincerity of this oneSusan Gilbert The major difference now is that I consider myself a human being rather than a human doing Or at least I try to do so I fail often and find myself tongue tied sometimes at social events when someone asks what I do When I am feeling strong I like to smile enigmatically and say something arch like whatever I want But that is not always true I simply do the best I can to capture some meaning and happiness in each day


  3. Sue Sue says:

    22 parents have lost their children by various means and at different ages They responded to uestions from the authors and this book is the result It is like having a parent support group on hand at any time it is needed It took me a while to get through the first half but once focused I read through the last half within a couple of days Very helpful so I would recommend to any parent who has suffered the worst loss imaginable the death of their child


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