Coping When Your Spouse Dies helps readers realize that, while you can’t bring back a spouse who died, you can face your grief in a series of stages which lead toward personal healing. The author advises those trying to cope with a loss not to bury their feelings, but rather to go through the pain of death and look toward the new life God has provided.
Death. Most people don’t want to talk about it. But when your spouse dies, your sense of helplessness, combined with your grief, often proves to be an overpowering blend of emotions. While many people grieving the death of a spouse believe there is no end in sight to their suffering, the key to putting their pain behind them – acknowledging the loss as a new life from God – is well within reach. Coping When Your Spouse Dies will help you realize that, while you can’t bring back your spouse, you can face your grief in stages that lead toward personal healing. The advice is simple, but effective. You will learn not to bury your feelings, but rather to go through the pain of the death and to look ahead to the life God has provided. (Product description)Available at Christian Book