Monthly Archives: September 2011

Recommended Grief Poems: Everybody Has a Story

Posted By: Grief Support on Sep 30, 2011 in Grief Poems

Everybody has a story. Some are happy; some are sad. Some tell about the good times Some tell about the bad. Some are epic poems. Some are comedies. There are fairy tales and dramas, But all are histories. Will you listen to my story? I will hear the one you tell— As you tell of …

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Help For Grieving Parents: A Grief Support Network Perspective

“The Death Of A Child – The Grief Of The Parents: A Lifetime Journey” An excerpt from an article on WWW.ATHEALTH.COM “Expressing feelings in journals, poetry, prayers, or other reflective writings or in art, music, or other creative activities.” Grief Hope Network recognizes that parental grief is unique and especially challenging. As part of our …

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Recommended Grief Book: STUNNED by Grief

Posted By: Grief Support on Sep 12, 2011 in Grief Books, Inspiration

Remapping Your Life When Loss Changes Everything Author: Judy Brizendine STUNNED by Grief is a highly focused, conversational book that cuts through the clutter and zeroes in on “flashpoint” issues critical to a griever’s healing. It’s realistic. Revealing. Practical. CLICK HERE FOR MORE RECOMMENDED GRIEF BOOKS FROM THE GRIEF HOPE NETWORK   Join our social …

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Recommended Grief Book: Heaven is for Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back

Posted By: Grief Support on Sep 12, 2011 in Grief Books, Inspiration

Author: Todd Burpo & Lynn Vincent A young boy emerges from life-saving surgery with remarkable stories of his visit to heaven. Heaven Is for Real is the true story of the four-year old son of a small town Nebraska pastor who during emergency surgery slips from consciousness and enters heaven. He survives and begins talking …

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Recommended Grief Book: Within Heaven’s Gates (Originally Entitled Intra Muros)

Posted By: Grief Support on Sep 12, 2011 in Grief Books, Inspiration

Author: Rebecca Springer There is Life After Death.”This book began the healing process in my life, and my wife’s, after the death of our sixteen-year-old son, David. It gave me an understanding of the involvement of the society of heaven-much more glorious than that her on earth.”-Steve Brock, EvangelistHost of Maker’s Match, TBN”A strong personal …

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From Grief to Hope: ‘Rebirth’ Reflects on 9/11: SOCAU Perspective on Coping With Grief

Posted By: judydavidson on Sep 10, 2011 in Grief in the Media, Grief in the News

Grief Hope Network would like to share the attached article as a resource for online grief help.  Rebirth, the documentary, focuses on 5 individuals and their journey in coping with grief. “Rebirth is a documentary that grants the audience intimate and often painful access to five individuals who experienced the tragedy of 9/11 firsthand: the …

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Dancing Through My Grief: The Healing Power of Movement

  by Wendy Bonadio • College Point, NY ”Dance is beneficial, but unfortunately, in our “modernized” society, we have lost touch with its potential. In contrast, dance has always been an integral part of many other cultures. You don’t have to dance with an African tribe around a roaring fire to realize the healing benefits …

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Welcome to Grief Hope Network!

Been there, done that.  Got the t-shirt (two, so far).  My father died suddenly of a heart attack when I was 9 years old.  My husband died in 2004 when my son was 4.  There have been many other losses; grandparents, friends and other family members but none have affected me as profoundly as the …

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