When Death Isn't Fair: Coping With Overwhelming Grief
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Four of her five children were murdered in a single night. Then her oldest child, Stephanie, 17, died of cancer. The World Trade Center catastrophe only reawakened her enormous sorrow.
Those who lose loved ones, and those who comfort them, need a guide through the storm. Joy Swift has plumbed the depths of grief, and gone the distance. By revealing more of her incredible story, she charts the path of healing for broken hearts.
The author explains how to understand the stages of grief, and the significance of individual differences in the process. She explains how to hold the wounded marriage together. How to explain death to a child. How to forgive without surrendering the right to justice. How to enlarge one's coping range. And how to come to terms with God by understanding why He allows such tragedy in the first place.
Born out of suffering, this book will encourage the comforter and empower the bereaved as they walk through the valley of the shadow and back into the light.