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Descripción de la editorial

No matter what your age, background, or culture, the loss of a loved one is something that you feel deeply.

When someone dies, you might get depressed, suicidal, or start taking your grief out on others in dangerous or troublesome ways. Its possible, however, to cope with the loss of a loved one in a Christian and wholesome manner.

Rose Flemming-Nyako, Ph.D., who has worked in the mental-health field for more than thirty-five years, shares insights on navigating loss in this book. As someone who lost her mother, she knows how easy it is to become withdrawn, depressed, and afraid.

But she broke free of the darkness, and you can, too. Get the answers to questions such as:


Is there a right time to grieve?

How does loss affect us physically and spiritually?

What are the stages of grief?

Does the Bible tell us anything about grieving?

Can counseling and grief support help?


Throughout, she weaves in her personal experience with grief and how prayer, meditation, and reading comforting words from God refreshed her spirit.

GÉNERO
Salud, mente y cuerpo
PUBLICADO
2016
28 de septiembre
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
80
Páginas
EDITORIAL
IUniverse
TAMAÑO
141,4
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