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|Grief Is A Process: Different Can Be Good|
Handling Loss and Grief
Living Free Every Day
Thoughts for Today
A new lifestyle emerges when we have completed the grief process and reassessed the lessons that have been learned. No one endures the death of a loved one and stays the same as before the traumatic experience. Things will be different because our loved one is no longer with us. Things will be different because we have changed. Things will be different because life is moving on and circumstances around us are changing.
But different doesn't have to be a bad thing. Our life has been enriched by the time we had with our loved one, and now it's time to move on, carrying those memories with us, to a new life.
These thoughts were drawn from
Handling Loss and Grief: How to Face Losses in Life and Grieve Christianly by Raymond T. Brock, Ed.D. As a person goes through this group they will be able to identify what the Bible has to say about handling the losses of life. To grieve is human; how to grieve Christianly is supernatural. It requires us to invite the Holy Spirit to guide us through the grieving process. This study also provides guidance in the use of Scripture to help the grieving. It offers biblical coping methods for facing loss and comfort to those who have faced loss.
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