This beautiful companion journal to the bestseller "Remembering With Love" provides the bereaved with a place to record and sort through their feelings and memories of the deceased, while offering insight via inspirational advice and ...
Author: Elizabeth Levang
Category: Family & Relationships
This beautiful companion journal to the bestseller "Remembering With Love" provides the bereaved with a place to record and sort through their feelings and memories of the deceased, while offering insight via inspirational advice and quotations.
Deep caring love transcends the mind, body and soul. It is that kind of love for a
person in times of turmoil and heartache that life with the illness is worth remembering. It is the kind of love that can endure experiencing the pain of
Author: Debbie Pausig
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Family & Relationships
Huntington's Disease is a progressive, life stripping, hereditary disease with no cure. This ebook illustrates how a marriage and a family can live,survive and thrive with an incurable illness. Humor, frustration, and sadness are experienced by the reader. True Love prevails as this disease bruises and batters a family's spirit. This book is written for those affected by Huntington's Disease or any chronic, progressive or terminal illness;for those who find strength through faith in the most trying moments;for therapists and their educators who train & treat individuals, couples and families affected by illness;to increase awareness for medical professionals and researchers who treat the person with HD, their families, are working to find a cure and to understand the devastation HD has on a family;and,for caregivers or other family members that are enduring the trials and tribulations of a chronic, progressive or terminal illness whether short or long lived.
I couldn't be happier enjoyingmy remaining yearswishing allof youthe best
ofGod's abundant love andblessings to continue showeringand raining onyou all. Remember always to count your blessings. ThankGod as always. I gave mybest
Author: Rosalina Fajardo
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A California RN State Retiree in her golden years in the Golden State From the Philippines, came to the United States on the Foreign Exchange Student Nurse Exchange Program in 1966 in Houston, Texas. Six months before the two years tenure of the exchange program, applied and took the State of California Board of Registered Nursing board exam to have obtained her RN license in 1969. She worked as staff RN in several nursing departments to vary and broaden her experiences on the job, worked longest in the critical care nursing units years before she went into mental health nursing in Southern Californias Department of Forensic Mental Health at Patton State Hospital in more than twenty years to her retirement in September 2008. Most grateful as incredibly blessed in Gods love legacy, lived and loved her job and made her work on her most incredible journey to a better life among all others in the professional nursing career of varied job opportunities in most God- blessed great America- the land of opportunity for all giving back and making a difference. Nursing, a caring and most fulfilling career that gives back.
When all is lost, how do you remember love? When her beloved foster parents pass away, Holly discovers a past both shocking and heartbreaking: the murder/suicide of her biological parents on the South Pacific island of Pitcairn, famous for the HMAV Bounty mutineers. Travelling to a home she does not remember, Holly reconnects with long-lost childhood friend Jack. An old friendship quickly becomes more...until a dark secret is uncovered. Will joyous love remembered become heartbreak? Can she find out the truth before someone else is hurt?
In each chapter of this book, a different facet of Helen Steiner Rice is captured in a loving rememberance by her close friends and associates, followed by choice selections of her prose, personal correspondence, and her poetry.
Author: Helen Steiner Rice
Category: Literary Collections
'I said a little prayer for you And I asked the Lord aboveTo keep you safely in His care And enfold you in His love'The life of Helen Steiner Rice had many facets. In every chapter of Remembering With Love a different facet is captured in a loving remembrance by one of her close friends or associates, followed by choice selections of her prose, personal correspondence, and of course her poetry. This tribute reflects the radiant optimism and steadfast faith in god of a woman whose influence continues to be felt around the world.
This book is the first detailed examination of the Practice-of-Presence (called “self remembering” in the Gurdjieff tradition).
Author: Red Hawk
Publisher: SCB Distributors
With hundreds of books on the market today urging readers to develop mindfulness, pointing to the condition of “awakening” that most religious/philosophical traditions aim toward, this new addition by Red Hawk stands head and shoulders above the crowd. It offers detailed practical guidelines that allow one to know with certainty—not from imagination, theory, thought, or lying—when one is Present and Awake; it details the objective feedback mechanisms available to everyone for attaining this certainty: Am I awake now? How do I know? Sincere readers will find that help in answering these two questions is invaluable and life-changing. Written from the perspective of a practitioner of more than thirty years—one who has studied the significant work of his predecessors, received instruction from two spiritual masters (Osho Rajneesh and Mister Lee Lozowick), and trained rigorously within daily life. This book is the first detailed examination of the Practice-of-Presence (called “self remembering” in the Gurdjieff tradition). The author’s aim is to give general guidelines in this practice, discuss its implications, and then offer specific instruction. Self Remembering: The Path to Non-Judgmental Love is meant to be a companion piece, volume ii, to the author’s previous book Self Observation: The Awakening of Conscience, which is fast becoming a classic. Taken together, they present the most detailed examination of the practice available in English. He clearly points out that self remembering is only one half of a foundational spiritual practice called “self observation/self remembering.” Where other authors/teachers have gone wrong in the past is to take only one half of this practice and consider it the whole, entire unto itself. Mister Gurdjieff’s student, A.R. Orage (1873-1934), made this mistake with self observation; contemporary teacher Robert Burton made a similar error with his book, also titled Self Remembering. While P.D. Ouspensky speaks of the practice of self remembering in his seminal book In Search of the Miraculous, and Rodney Collin in The Theory of Celestial Influence, there has not been a book-length study on self remembering that examines the practice from the many angles that Red Hawk’s does. His chapters cover such diverse yet integrated topics as The Removal of Self Importance; Kaya Sadhana or the wisdom of the body; and Separation Grief, i.e., addressing the terror of our current situation without denial or dramatics.
This is our journey, come with us, laugh, cry, become angry, feel frustrated, feel love and believe in wishes.
Author: Mary Garrity
Category: Family & Relationships
A novel I have written over the years of how we as a family, coped with the ongoing transitions of my mother suffering Dementia. It is more often than not, a light hearted insight I have found us as a family in. However, as time went on, we never expected the outcome would be as devastating as it was. We had been a normal family living our lives and coping the only way we knew how, until mum was admitted to hospital with constipation, something which should have been routine, turned our whole worlds upside down and our lives would never be the same again, as we find ourselves fighting the care practices of the NHS. This is our journey, come with us, laugh, cry, become angry, feel frustrated, feel love and believe in wishes.
I can tell them that they're wrong. Young love is real. It can, and it does exist, at least in my seventeen year old life. ... This is my journey after my accident to figure out who I am and who I was.
Author: Sandi Lynn
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
"They say young love isn't real. It's only our bodies full of raging hormones, and our minds filled with lust that make us think we are in love. I can tell them that they're wrong. Young love is real. It can, and it does exist, at least in my seventeen year old life. ... This is my journey after my accident to figure out who I am and who I was. The road to recovery isn't easy but the one thing that stayed with me after the accident was the soft voice and words that I'd never forget."--Page 4 of cover.
In this breakthrough book, author Patricia Commins, who lost her mother at 26, shows readers that the key to escaping the sorority of sorrow is by understanding their mothers as women and by feeling an ongoing connection with them.
Author: Patricia Commins
Publisher: Health Communications Incorporated
Category: Family & Relationships
The loss of a mother is one of the most traumatic experiences of a woman’s life. At any age, a mother’s death may leave a daughter with feelings of anger, abandonment and profound sadness that taint the way she views herself, her world and every other relationship around her. In this breakthrough book, author Patricia Commins, who lost her mother at 26, shows readers that the key to escaping the sorority of sorrow is by understanding their mothers as women and by feeling an ongoing connection with them. From this perspective —outside the parent-child relationship that is so fraught with conflict and complex emotions — women gain key insights into their mothers and themselves. By addressing the psychological and spiritual connection that remains after a mother’s death, Remembering Mother, Finding Myself offers the essential element that is missing from other books on motherless daughters. The Path of Understanding —a unique experiential process based on journaling, conversations with friends and relatives, and meditative exercises— does not seek to negate the loss a woman feels when her mother dies. It instead gently leads her beyond the grief and pain to a new awareness, freeing her from forever trying to be the perfect daughter. Through her own illuminating experiences and those of other women, Commins shows women how to reconnect their deceased mothers while finding peace and self-acceptance. Included are interviews with dozens of women, including such notables as writers Joyce Maynard and Nancy Friday and psychiatrist Elizabeth Kubler-Ross.
Release on 2020-01-19 | by Brighter Day Publishing
The loss of a loved one.
Author: Brighter Day Publishing
The loss of a loved one. It's something that almost everyone must deal with at some point in their lives.The emotions that come along with such a life changing event are almost always intense, and oftentimes difficult to make sense of. This journal was designed specifically for people like you. To help you sort out, and make sense of the tsunami of emotions that you're being flooded with right now. This journal was initially designed for a loved one who struggled after suffering a devastating personal loss. My hope for you is that it will help you in your time of need as well. A bereavement/ grief recovery journal.
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Lists immediate actions to take upon the death of a loved one, and discusses funeral arrangements and the grieving process