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Grief Diaries: Through the Eyes of Men Paperback – December 16, 2016
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"HOPE . . . Grief Diaries: Through the Eyes of Men is another tool that reassures us that men can cry and that it is not only okay, but actually healthy." GLEN LORD, Board President, The Compassionate Friends & CEO, The Grief Toolbox
About the Author
Considered a pioneer in the field of inspirational hope, Lynda Cheldelin Fell is CEO of AlyBlue Media, and creator of the award-winning book series Grief Diaries and Real Life Diaries. She has a passion for storytelling in all forms, and interviews people worldwide through radio, film, and books. Her repertoire of interviews includes Dr. Martin Luther King’s daughter, Trayvon Martin’s mother, sisters of the late Nicole Brown Simpson, Pastor Todd Burpo of Heaven Is For Real, CNN commentators and other societal newsmakers on finding healing and hope in the aftermath of life’s harshest challenges. Learn more at www.LyndaFell.com.
DAVID ALLAN JONES grew up in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and earned a B.A. in Political Science from Ohio State University. He has forty years of experience working in IT. He is an active community member and volunteer, and speaks against drunk driving. He is married and has seven children and eleven grandchildren.
STEPHEN HOCHHAUS has a B.A. in Art from Arizona State University and has a passion for flying, earning his pilot license at age eighteen and a commercial license at age twenty. He owns a picture framing business in Arizona, and has two grown sons.
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Top Customer Reviews
Over the past 9 years and 10 months, I have learned firsthand that even though men work harder at hiding their pain to be the strong and supportive one, many of their thoughts and feelings mirror ours and are always, every bit as profound.
I was taken backward in time to the beginning of my own grief journey while reading many of Mr. Boos’ entries and I share James Fennel’s beliefs that even though our loved one’s Earthly vessel is gone from our plane of existence, they are still every bit as close to us and a part of our everyday lives as they ever were. We carry them forward with us, always.
I was very honored when Lynda asked me to participate in this series and specifically Through The Eyes of Men. We men experience grief very differently from women and show it in much different ways. The words you will read in here are REAL and what we were feeling and doing through some very traumatic times. I'm honored to be a part of this and also very much appreciated the words of the 13 other men I participated with. As one of the authors, I have had access to this book as it was being constructed, and am very proud of this finished product.
If you are a man that has lost someone dear or the loved one of a man who is struggling with loss - this book is for you. 14 men that will tell you what it felt like and hopefully give you some insight into some light at the end of the tunnel.