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Truly the practices in this book are my light, my guide during my dark night of the soul.
This book was purchased for a friend who was recently widowed, and I think that he found this very helpful.
I know it will be a long time for me but just knowing that what I feel is normal makes this book a winner.
This book got me though a very hard time. I am not Jewish or particularly religious but the way Anne Brener ties the Jewish traditions into the psychological process of healing... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Honest John
After I got through the boring introductions, this book gives good advice for someone mourning a loss, any kind of loss, not just a death.Published 2 months ago by Christine Mumper
Bought for a friend who was grieving, didn't seem to help much but was worth reading.Published 3 months ago by Richard H III Riefke
This book was a gift, it seemed to be appropriate and well received.Published 3 months ago by Marjorie C. Mayer
In this country we tend to think people should get over the loss of a loved one quickly, but burying your grief only intensifies it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Allean Stewart
This book is very wonderful and a good safe place to reference when needed. Grief is on-going, we are always dealing with loss and this book delivers a safe way to deal with... Read morePublished 6 months ago by martina
This is a very clear, helpful resource for the mourning process. As a rabbi, this is one of the primary books that I suggest or give to those who have lost a loved one.Published 9 months ago by mj
Every time I have a congregant who suffers a death of a loved one, I recommend this book, and usually get wonderful reviews. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Samuel L Spector
this book is one of the best books for processing a loss. it has profound exercises and insight that hold ones grief. I think its the best book for dealing with a great loss. Read morePublished 11 months ago by ellen freeman