Love Is Stronger Than Death: Encountering Our Struggle With Grief

Love Is Stronger Than Death: Encountering Our Struggle With Grief This Book Is A Coping Instrument A Collection Of Inspirational Reflections On Navigating Through The Rough Waters Which Accompany The Grieving And Mourning Process It Contains Research, Reflections, Recommendations, Realities And Reassurances For Those Who Face The Loss Of A Loved One Psychologist Dr Stanley Giannet S Masterfully Penned Insight Takes Readers On An Engaging, Deeply Moving Exploration Of The Grief And Mourning Process Love Is Stronger Than Death Is A Soulful, Eloquent Invitation To Embrace The Unconquerable Power Of Love As The Primary Vehicle For Overcoming The Anguish That Accompanies Our Losses

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  • Paperback
  • 88 pages
  • Love Is Stronger Than Death: Encountering Our Struggle With Grief
  • Stanley M. Giannet
  • English
  • 06 February 2017
  • 9780982045206

10 thoughts on “Love Is Stronger Than Death: Encountering Our Struggle With Grief

  1. says:

    I saw this author at a community lecture, which prompted me to purchase his book His writing is as passionate as his speaking The title captures his iconoclastic message well, by challenging the stereotypes, perceptions, expectations, and processes that society expects and experiences The book provides a very thorough introduction to the existential issues that we face in life and when we are eventually forced to cope with death s reality I ve read a lot of books about coping and grief, many with the usual rehashing and support of old philosophy This book was remarkably different It reflected both supportive power and gentleness, both necessary for coping with grief.

  2. says:

    Great book which comforts, inspires, validates, and provides direction for anyone faced with the pain of grief I read it twice once when I was in crisis due to a loss, and another time when I had the emotional energy to focus and understand the message Both times the book reached me, touched me It s a very therapeutic read for a chilling topic I also bought a couple of copies and gave as a token of my care for friends who lost family and friends So instead of flowers and card, I gave this book and a card I still get thanks from both of these people for this gesture Powerful little book it is.

  3. says:

    This book is a great reader about mourning and loss It gave me much to think about and consider about my own mortality and the inevitability of loss It challenges the perceptions that we re accustomed to acceptiong when it comes to grief, and basically gives the reader an ok, a license, to experience all the emotions and behaviors that are part of grief, with the main theme being memorialization It contained a great intro on the existential angst and lots of excellent reflections from other thinkers that reinforced the author s thesis.

  4. says:

    A Gentle Voice for the Grieving This provocative book skillfully frames an influential commentary and critical perspective on the way we grieve or the way we should grieve The reader experiences a complex topic through the author s intensely compassionate style When the covers are closed, you will be left questioning your own suppositions about life, death, loss, love, purpose, relationships, religion, and memory The author is a gentle, indefatigable voice for the grieving.

  5. says:

    An illuminating primer on coping with what we dread. In fact, I think the words contained in this work are so incredibly applicable to most of the losses we succumb to in life A scholarly yet compassionate voice make this read a necessity.

  6. says:

    I expected a lot , to be honest This is all common sense Or is common sense no longer common

  7. says:

    loved it

  8. says:

    to read

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