Perhaps you’re normally the one grieving. You wonder if what you’re undergoing is normal. You really feel alone, and perhaps just a little crazy. What can you do?
People often feel misunderstood, judged, even rejected during a time of grief and loss. This could cause matters tougher for the already broken heart.
It doesn't really need to be by doing this. Please Have Patience, I’m Grieving will help.
Bestselling author, hospice chaplain, and grief expert Gary Roe has walked with thousands of hurting people through the valley of grief. On this comforting, practical, and uncomplicated-to-read book he will give you a glimpse of the grieving heart.
If you’re trying to help someone, you’ll discover you possibly can make more like a change than you dreamed possible. If you’re normally the one grieving, you’ll be comforted and reassured that you’re not as weird or crazy as you might have thought.
Because you read, you’ll learn…
•How a grieving friend, relative, or co-worker could possibly be feeling and thinking.
•How to discover what they need and don’t need.
•What things to say and not to say.
•How to become help but not a hindrance with their grieving process.
•How a grief and pain of others may affect you.
•How helping others stimulates your individual growth and healing.
•How the skills discussed here can enhance all of your relationships.
This book can help you develop a priceless ability- how you can hear the center of somebody who’s hurting. The pros for the kids, as well as you, may be staggering. You may be better able to tend to and support those people who are hurting and grieving. Furthermore you will have an overabundance of impact than you thought possible.
The grieving people in your sphere need you. This loss-ridden, hurting world needs you. You are more valuable than you know.
Allow the journey into the grieving heart begin.