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Grief to Grateful: Restoring Life, Love, and Loyalty After Suffering Loss Kindle Edition
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Of particular note is the importance of counseling in helping couples through the death of a child. Since both individuals are in pain for the same reason at the same time, it’s virtually impossible for either to support the other in all the usual ways. The Sterners credit their counseling experience with strengthening their communication and connection. This promotes more compassionate care of one another and, ultimately, the entire family.
The authors’ willingness and ability to allow us into their personal grieving process will no doubt help countless others navigate this most challenging journey. It is indeed a moving tribute to their beloved son, Aidan.
This book and the story told of the journey from the darkest place any parent could imagine helps you see how good grows from grief and how God does his best work in the darkness. To know that your pain and loss and struggle counts is balm to the wounded soul.
A must read for those who are as well as anyone desiring direction for comforting during the grieving process.
"There is definite healing on the horizon if you choose to allow yourself to grieve. You owe it to yourself to do so. It’s the beginning of the path to healing. This ultimately leads to an attitude of gratefulness."
Thank you Jason and Summer!
Although, I prefer to read in an electronics format, I will be purchasing a couple of copies to give some friends and family. My daughter is a Counselor at an elementary school, so I will be sure that she also has a copy, since I believe that it will be beneficial to her students dealing with death in their family. Thank you for sharing your hearts with us.