OUR CHILDREN LIVE ON MIRACULOUS MOMENTS FOR THE BEREAVED

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Our Children Live On

Author : Elissa Al-Chokhachy
ISBN : 9780738731681
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Heartwarming stories of hope, healing, and comfort for the bereaved Our Children Live On is an uplifting collection of powerful, true stories that prove our children are with us forever. Eighty-two heartfelt, moving testimonials—from parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, and caregivers—clearly demonstrate that love and life are eternal. Anyone who has suffered the unimaginable loss of a loved one—especially a child—will find hope and comfort in each miraculous story. From vivid dreams, sounds, and visions to angelic presences and transcendent moments, these extraordinary accounts are unmistakable signs of a child’s undying love. Every incredible remembrance, including those of near-death experiences, will provide reassurance and hope that the ones we love live on.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Preemies Second Edition

Author : Dana Wechsler Linden
ISBN : 9781416572329
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 87.87 MB
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Updated to incorporate the latest neonatology advances, a comprehensive guide shares advice on everything from risk factors and progress monitoring to homecoming preparations and development prospects.
Category: Family & Relationships

Living With Dying

Author : Joan Berzoff
ISBN : 0231127944
Genre : Medical
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Living with Dying is the first textbook on end-of-life care for social workers and other healthcare practitioners who work with the terminally ill and their families. Organized around theoretical issues in loss, grief, and bereavement, and around clinical practice with individuals, families, and groups, the book addresses practice with people who have specific illnesses such as AIDS, bone marrow disease, and cancer, and pays special attention to patients that have been stigmatized by culture, ability, sexual orientation, age, and race, or homelessness.
Category: Medical

Healing The Adult Child S Grieving Heart

Author : Alan D. Wolfelt
ISBN : 9781879651319
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Offering heartfelt and simple advice, this book provides realistic suggestions and relief for an adult child whose parent has died. Practical advice is presented in a one-topic-per-page format that does not overwhelm with psychological language, but provides small, immediate ways to understand and reconcile grief. Some of the action-oriented tips include writing down memories, completing a task or goal left unfinished by your deceased parent, or honoring the parent’s birthday. In addition the common challenges that face grieving adult children, such as helping the surviving parent, resolving sibling conflicts, and legal and financial issues, are addressed clearly and concisely.
Category: Family & Relationships

Miracles All Around Me

Author : Marsha Burris
ISBN : 9780991444304
Genre : Alzheimer's disease
File Size : 32.47 MB
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In Miracles All Around Me ? The Unexpected Gifts of My Mother?s Alzheimer?s, the author choronicles her role as primary caregiver to her mother who struggled with early onset Alzheimer?s the final decade of her life while also confronting the challenges of her father?s stroke and her brother?s suicide. Help and guidance appeared along the way and surprisingly revealed silver linings to the dark clouds of emotional pain that is involved in end-of-life issues. This is a candid, gritty, and often witty account of negotiating nursing homes, hospice, funeral homes, doctors, lawyers, the Veterans Administration and Social Security. Marsha Burris? array of experiences prompted an interest in Reiki and other alternative medicine approaches and produced a growth in the maturity of her spirituality.
Category: Alzheimer's disease

The Unwanted Gift Of Grief

Author : Tim P Van Duivendyk
ISBN : 9781317786610
Genre : Psychology
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Learn how to embrace the painful gift of grief and use it for transformation and healing as you journey through the wilderness to a promised life The Unwanted Gift of Grief is a passionate, practical guide through the grieving process for those who have suffered loss—and those who suffer with them. Rather than talking people out of their grief and pain as a way to make them feel better, this unique book invites them into the grief and pain as a way to healing, transformation and hope. Using real and in-depth ministry and counseling conversations, it identifies the journey through the wilderness of grief. This powerful book is equally valuable as a gift from a minister to a grieving person, as a professional guide for ministers and counselors, and as a training tool for lay ministers and congregation members. Built on the ministry concept of “sojourning,” The Unwanted Gift of Grief offers guidelines to be used in helping people in their journey through the adjustment period that follows a loss, a time that may include the darkness of disbelief, frustration, anger, sadness, depression, and healing light as they make their way through the wilderness of grief. Topics examined in The Unwanted Gift of Grief include: grief as gratitude and gift how family and culture can affect grieving different pathways through grief everyone grieves differently sudden loss, slow losing, rejection and suicide identifying the agony and characteristics of depression grief factors that affect marriage and sexuality saying “Yes” to death factors of faith, science and miracles the labor and contractions of dying and death the hope for healing and cure how to help: the Sojourner’s Process Guide the Grief Date: A Guide for Couples fifty ways to make it through the wilderness and much more The Unwanted Gift of Grief is an essential resource for anyone lost in the wilderness of loss and grief, and for professionals, lay ministers, family, and friends who care for them.
Category: Psychology

From Trials To Triumph

Author : Dupsy
ISBN : 9781466912144
Genre : Self-Help
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FROM TRIALS TO TRIUMPH is a book co-authored by a mother and her daughter. It looked at life during her pregnancy labour and after the birth of Hannah who was born with microphthalmia. Its about how they turned their challenges of Hannah's disability to triumph.
Category: Self-Help

Living In The Realm Of Miracles And Angel Encounters

Author : Brigitte A. Murchison
ISBN : 9781465306968
Genre : Religion
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Living In The Realm Of Miracles and Angel Encounters You will experience unbelievable, soul-stirring, miracles that will alter your reality of this world. Be prepared to be amazed and illuminated in these compelling and riveting true life stories of miracles and angel encounters, such as Louisiana author, Anne Butler, held in the arms of angels, premonition dream visions of: 9/11 disaster, Princess Diana and Mother Teresa's deaths, Space Shuttle Columbia's crash, and the Oklahoma City bombing. Firsthand accounts of miracles, such as: pets brought back to life, divine healings, lives saved, angels at a Joyce Meyer conference, angels saving author's life, Hurricane Katrina miracle, and many more incredible and inspiring stories of faith, proving the overpowering evidence of the existence of angels and miracles in our world today. Read this intriguing and inspirational book of astonishing faith filled stories where ordinary things may not be what they seem What a wonderful God we have - he is the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the source of every mercy, and the one who so wonderfully comforts and strengthens us in our hardships and trials. And why does he do this? So that when others are troubled, needing our sympathy and encouragement, we can pass onto them this same help and comfort God has given us 2 Corinthians 1: 3-5 (TLB)
Category: Religion

Fearless Living And Loving

Author : John A. Love
ISBN : 9781490846804
Genre : Religion
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Fearless Living and Loving guides readers through a journey of self-discovery. Its uplifting stories offer a new way to perceive the world, and its timeless lessons empower Christians to make positive, life-changing choices. As we endure hardships, questions arise. Has God given up on me? How can I gain more courage and strength? How can I find lasting inner peace? Fearless Living and Loving explores these concerns as it presents the transforming ministry of Christ in a way that everyone can understand. Jesus affirmed that, as our love grows, we are better equipped to overcome adversity. And as our faith grows, we are able to let go of worry and doubt. In times of sickness or decline, people want to feel safe and loved. In times of pain or distress, people seek to learn more about life’s meaning and purpose. And in times of loss or sadness, people strive to maintain hope. These existential truths are found in every part of the world. Yet, by inviting God’s love into our hearts, we can be ready for life’s biggest challenges. And by embracing the Light of Christ, we can live and love without fear. Praise for Fearless Living and Loving: “Heart-warming, healing, and inspirational. I look at my life in a completely different way.” —Melinda Crowley, licensed caregiver “I’ve found my center again. A real gem!” —JoAnne Dole, registered nurse “Uplifting lessons which help us find peace in every moment.” —Dr. Susan Berner, physician “Comfort at a time when my life was turned upside down.” —Mary Newman, massage therapist “Insightful and thought-provoking. A powerful presentation of Christ’s teachings!” —Rev. Julie Keene, pastor “Complex issues explained so that everyone can grasp them. A great gift!” —Tomek Ossoski, transitional care administrator
Category: Religion

How To Live When The Doctors Say You Are Going To Die

Author : Joy Haynes
ISBN : 9781602662766
Genre : Religion
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Haynes gives numerous testimonies of the times God has healed her supernaturally, including the time she was healed of Alzheimers/dementia in a revival in Smithton, Missouri. (Christian)
Category: Religion