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Common Threads Journal: Healing A Life Unraveled Hardcover – September 20, 2007
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A singularly unique and creative book that not only helps heal the life of the individual journal writer but also begins to repair the great disconnect that afflicts our society. By encouraging those who are suffering to write about their grief, the book provides a powerful and proven antidote and offers individuals the opportunity to transform their sadness into a healing balm by sharing their words with others. --Beverly Anderson Forbes, Ed.D., editor of Remembering May Sarton Trilogy
This book is a great resource to offer patients and families who are coping with end of life issues. It offers them the opportunity to share their thoughts, feelings, and coping strategies with others who may be facing similar journeys. --Lisa Yeager
For those times when someone you care about is suffering and you don't know how to help, sharing Healing A Life Unraveled is a way to reach out without pressure or demands. There have been so many occasions I have wished for some way to reach out to a friend, but didn't know how best to do it. This journal is a perfect first step to lend a hand to a friend on the road to healing. --Barbara Montfort
About the Author
Lisa Dunster Moeller was raised in a small town by loving parents who instilled in her the importance of service to others. Currently, she works as an administrative specialist for a municipal police department in Washington State, and manages the family pumpkin farm with her husband.
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I gave her a copy of "Healing a Life Unraveled" so that she can write down her feelings and her memories of how she got through those dark days after her sister's death, and how she began to heal and continue on with her life. This came about after she expressed a desire to help the sister of another young girl who was killed in our area recently.
It's so nice to have this book already formatted for people to share their experiences, and show someone else that while everyone's situations are unique, they are never alone in what they are going through.