Finding Your Way After Your Child Dies
Phyllis Vos Wezeman, Kenneth R. Wezeman

Synopsis

These two authors have already distinguished themselves for their resources (Twenty-Third Publications) for and about children. Their skills continue in this "Finding" series offered by Ave Maria Press. The series began with its contribution for adults grieving the death of a parent, followed by a fine resource for grieving spouses.

This book uses the events, memories, traditions and stories, often those things which cause the deepest reminders of a child's death, and thus a parent's deepest pain, to find pathways to mourn and pathways to heal. The book respects healthy spirituality that invites, never coerces, that bears, never oppresses. It comes through in this resource book that covers important subjects in gentle ways, in ways that are practical and also productive. Each section offers reflection, ritual, reading and response. It comes with the reminder, gently woven, yet firmly believed, that God is with us in every turn of this horror and will be our strength for survival.

The Rev. Dr. Richard B. Gilbert,
Executive Director, The World Pastoral Care Center

 
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