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On Grief and Grieving... July 25, 2005 12:23 AM

Yes, I have another excellent book recommendation for you to consider reading if you can. I am in the middle of this well written and good intentioned book by authors, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross & David Kessler.

Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, the well known and widely acclaimed author/researcher/expert on death and dying took that final journey herself on August 24th, 2004. Kubler-Ross & Kessler completed this book as their final writing journey together and this is a brand new release. The book's title is: "On Grief and Grieving".

What struck me immediately while attempting to place it on the library shelf where I work, were the author's comments,

 "There is no correct way or time to grieve."---Elizabeth Kubler-Ross/David Kessler.

There is tremendous wisdom within this book, interlaced with kindness and compassion and no time frames or time tables or pressure to get this grieving process done and over with.

Needless to say, once I read the author's note, the book came home with me and I am reading it and it never made it's way to the shelf. ---ginger

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Don't Kiss Them Goodbye... July 27, 2005 11:47 AM

Don't Kiss Them Goodbye, written by, Allison Dubois. This book is written by the woman who inspired the television series, "Medium". She writes light, airily and spiritually about real life encounters in people's lives after a loved one passes. It is a hopeful book and easy read for the weary that need to hang onto something, some sign for assurance that their loved has gone onto something far more beautiful then we could ever imagine. So like the titles says, "Don't Kiss Them Goodbye", for they have only crossed over and are waiting for us on the other side. peace, love & blessings---ginger  [ send green star]
 
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