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Soul Food: 101 Inspirational Messages To Nourish And Heal Your Spirit
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 82,610. Language: English. Published: December 12, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Inspiration » General self-help
This book is filled with short pieces that cover a wide range of topics, such as forgiveness, grief, hope, staying positive, finding strength, letting go, and difficult relationships. There are also humorous, playful entries, as liberty's childlike spirit brings out the kid in everyone. Open this book to any page and feel better for having read an entry or two in just a few minutes.
Baseball A Short Story
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Series: QUIT SCHOOL! Eight Humorous Short Stories, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 5,290. Language: English. Published: April 1, 2013. Category: Fiction » Inspirational
An UPLIFTING, MUST READ about brotherly love. "BASEBALL is the perfect balance of salty and sweet. You love this kid... He's got perspective. He's got style. If you read this book and you don't hear that kid talking right to you, you're not listening. 'Cause he's right there, right in your ear, the whole time. Whatever it is Bennett did to create BASEBALL, I hope he does it again!" ~YoTeach
Becoming Bigger Than Our Pain - Thru Love & Courage
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 29,370. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Death, Grief, Bereavement
What to say and do for those who are coping with a life threatening situation or death of a loved one. Sometime in your life either you, or someone close to you, will lose someone they love. This is a guide that not only gives you suggestions on what to say and do for others, it empowers you to become bigger than your own pain. This guide is about grief support from any loss.
Hope for the Holidays: 14 Tips for Creating Your Holiday Plan When You are Grieving
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Price: Free! Words: 3,530. Language: English. Published: November 15, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Death, Grief, Bereavement
Dreading the holidays after losing a loved one? The first year is especially difficult. Reliving family traditions when someone is missing who played a special role is painful. For others, it has been many years since the loss and it has been hard to regain your equilibrium. This book includes tips and a Create My Holiday Plan Worksheet to help you be proactive as the season approaches.
I'm Sad and I Need Cake
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Price: $12.00 USD. Words: 36,200. Language: English. Published: January 4, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Life / Family
What do you say when your friend’s baby dies? What do you say when her second baby is tragically stillborn? Christian Authors Hannah Boland and Cecily Paterson wrote letters to each other for a year, beginning the month after Hannah’s second baby’s funeral. This correspondence is sometimes tragic, sometimes wry and often awkward, but is always honest and always looking for the way forward.
When Tomorrow Starts Without Me
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 94,980. Language: English. Published: January 5, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
Most people who have lost a child write books about how to cope with the child’s death. Author Lori Plegge has taken a different perspective on losing a child she has decided to write a story about her son’s life. When reading this book you will experience happiness, sadness, and anger and you become a part of the story. Lori has taken something sad and turned it into something to help others.
But Still My Child
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Price: Free! Words: 2,200. Language: English. Published: June 18, 2014. Category: Fiction » Poetry » Themes & motifs
But Still My Child is a set of poems from the heart of one grieving woman to another. Powerful and delicate, this poetry speaks the pain of miscarriage without pulling any punches. They do not provide easy answers. Instead, they acknowledge the pain while seeking to provide the comfort and companionship that only someone who has also experienced the loss of an unborn child can share.