A detailed introduction and concluding section also provide resources, and suggestions as well as additional words of comfort and support.Read more...
A detailed introduction and concluding section also provide resources, and suggestions as well as additional words of comfort and support.
Take some quiet time each day to reflect on your loss, but then go on and get through the day. You might also find benefit from reading your writing with a trusted journal buddy or small group.
My Book of Grief and Loss is part of the Amazon kindle matchbook promotion; "you can get an accompanying digital copy for free when you buy the paperback first. "
Whether alone or with a friend, in your own notebook or in the fully formatted paperback, the journaling exercises suggested in this book can become part of a regular practice that can be completed in 4-15 minutes at a time to create your individualized book in tribute to the one you lost or simply to pour out your pain.
Keeping a journal while dealing with the pain of your bereavement can be highly therapeutic and may also assist you when you have a difficult night sleeping or don't feel heard when you feel a need to repeat words of sorrow and longing.
A companion book, My Book of Appreciation will guide you for your next steps in journaling. For a fuller guide to reflective journaling, Judy Shafarman is also the author of the completely distinct book, Journal: 365+ writing prompts, ideas, and quotes to cultivate joy and well-being.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Judy Shafarman has been a teacher and workshop facilitator for many years in several countries. She has a B.A. in English and M.A. in education. Look for more non-fiction publications from New Vision Publications--Independent Publishers on facebook
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