• Grieving

  • Your Path Back to Peace
  • By: James R. White
  • Narrated by: Larry Wayne
  • Length: 1 hr and 35 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In grief, it is normal to wonder if you will ever feel okay again. Loneliness, fear, confusion, and anger make hope hard to come by. And yet, grieving in hope is vital to the healing process. 

Written at a much-appreciated length, this brief book gently guides listeners through the healing process of grief. Showing how grief doesn't happen in neat, orderly stages, it explains how to work through painful emotions and questions and find God's peace and healing.

©1997 James R. White (P)2022 Two Words Publishing

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Much needed book

i wish someone on earth had loved me enough to hand me a copy of this when I got back from Afghanistan back in 2011.
Still struggling with resentment and animosity, even 11 years later. The mis-identification of auto-pilot as strength was a major problem. Not that anyone cared about me beyond their suddenly not getting enough out of me as they wanted. Yet still, this book would have been a great help; just to know there was such a thing as numbness as normalcy in a real way, instead of idiots pushing "resilient" narratives as excuses for abusing me further, as though I owed it to them to give what I had run out of.

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