Free Grief Recovery eBooks (Kindle)

Free Grief Recovery eBooks (Kindle)

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The Art Of Letting Go ($10 normally)

We often struggle to let some people go especially when they made that decision. We question the universe, we question ourselves and we question everyone around us but we never truly get our answers. Letting someone go takes time, patience and commitment to actively stop ourselves from relapsing and thinking about that person again. The Art Of Letting Go helps you understand why, how and when you should let someone go so you can move on and never look back.


Surviving Suicide: a mother’s story by Heather Hapeta ($3 normally)

The story of a mother’s grief after her sons motor-bike accident and five years later, his suicide. The second half of the booklet, written from my bereavement counseling experience, gives helpful tips showing how survivors can survive, and also how their friends can support those who have had a suicide affect their life.

An ideal gift for the bereaved – or for yourself if you have had a suicide in your life, no matter how long ago.

Also very useful for health workers, therapists, social workers and counselors


Healing Your Heart From Pet Loss Grief: Five Steps To Begin Your Journey by Wendy Van de Poll

Healing your heart from pet loss grief. A short guide, which will help you begin a compassionate, respectful, and loving experience when dealing with the rawness of grief and loss. Honor your with gratitude during a tough, yet unique time.

This pet loss book will guide you through the five steps that I share with my clients and in my book to begin healing the trauma of pet grief with the loss of a dog, the loss of a cat or any other companion that you share your heart with. It will support you immediately to begin your grief and loss journey with pet bereavement suggestions.

You will learn about the myths, why it is important to mourn, and when you are ready, celebrate the life you had with your pet by saying thank you in a very particular way.

At the end of each chapter, there is an easy action step. Also, included are three compassionate poems to help you heal your heart and a resource section.

The Five Chapters/Steps are…
Step One ~ Feelings are Normal
Step Two ~ Stages of Growth
Step Three ~ Myths to Debunk
Step Four ~ Mourning to Heal
Step Five ~ Celebrate Your Forever Love

Healing your Heart from Pet Loss Grief: Five Steps to Begin Your Journey will help you create a compassionate, respectful, healthy, and loving experience for yourself, while honoring your beloved pet, during a tough, yet unique time.

When you read this book and do the action step at the end of each chapter you will begin to heal your heart. If you are suffering from the loss of a cat, the death of a pet or even a terminal illness like dog cancer…this little book will help you.


Disastershock: How to Cope with the Emotional Stress of a Major Disaster by Brian Gerrard

Disastershock: How to Cope with the Emotional Stress of a Major Disaster by [Brian Gerrard, Emily Girault, Valerie Appleton, Suzanne Giraudo, Sue Linville Shaffer]

Disastershock: How to Cope with the Emotional Stress of a Major Disaster provides explicit instructions on how to lower stress using 20 different practical techniques. The majority of these are cognitive-behavioral and evidence-based techniques known to reduce stress and reduce the effects of trauma. The manual is in 3 sections. Part 1 provides adults with techniques to lower stress. Part 2 is written for parents, teachers, and anyone working with children and contains techniques for helping children to lower their stress. Part 3 contains additional books, videos, and internet resources. All royalties from the sale of this book go to promoting global disaster relief.



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