Widows and widowers come together and tell their stories of spouse loss and how they survived. They share surprising behaviors of those around them and how they coped, challenges they didn't expect and how they met them. You'll learn that almost everything you are facing, feeling and experiencing is quite normal.
Easy to read in a Q & A format, the reader can pick it up and put it down to mull over each portion, or read straight through.
Rev. Roland H. Johnson III, retired Baptist minister with a B.A. in Religion & Theology, an M.A. in Sociology from Texas A&M and professor of courses in marriage and family had this to say
“Mary Lee Robinson has given the world an excellent resource to view the experience and consequences of the loss of a spouse. She unabashedly tackles a social stigma, grief, in our disconnected postmodern society. The personal revelations of the widows and widowers open more avenues of thought than many academic works on the subject of death and dying. In my decades of ministry and teaching college sociology, I did not have a text that could convey with clarity the personal process of grief. This book accomplishes that task. Easy to read, yet thought-provoking, this book is a ‘must-read’ for clergy, counselors, academicians, doctors, nurses and anyone who loves another in marriage, family and life.”
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