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Good Grief

Turning the Showers of Disappointment and Pain into Sunshine
Narrated by: Arthur Morey
Length: 1 hr and 5 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Granger Westberg's gentle wisdom and acute insight into human nature helps grievers understand the ten identifiable stages of grief. Whether grieving a death or divorce, job loss or disappointment, everyone must move through these stages, and we are changed by the experience. Faith makes a difference during these times.

©1961 Granger E. Westberg (P)2010 christianaudio.com

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It was an exceptional read for me to read, just list an incredible loved one

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Too short

It is very helpful, but it is way too short. I would have liked more examples and explanations of the stages of grief.

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grief is not always a death experience

Excellent book for any kind of grief. Short and concise. This one has helped me through many difficult times.

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Thankful for this Book

He mentioned something in the end that stick out to me: when you are grieving you don't have the energy to read through a full book in depth. And in my case I did not have the energy to read at all, just to listen. But I am about to go order this book, just to have. It's such a practical and straightforward read to let me know WE who are grieving are NOT alone. What we contemplate and what happens behind closed doors, the isolation, the sickness that can't be explained, is all normal. And when you understand that, you can face the world with a little more hope. I can, after listening to this. I can't express how thankful I am for this. I am still grieving, but I can face things in a new perspective. It has given me a newfound hope.

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Good Grief - Reason for hope

Great insight into the topic of grieving not only a loss of a loved one.

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Every One Will Grieve. Learn why and how!

Great book. Fast A Read. Gives you 10 stages and explains the why and how each stage works. Assist you to understand yourself and others as they or you grieve the small and large loss.

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  • Charlottetown, PE, Canada
  • 02-05-13

A Classic!

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Great book for anyone grieving a loss. Simple but meaningful. A great tool for a counsellor working with people.