Finding Your Way When Your Spouse Dies Book
Edited by: Linus Mundy
Size: 4” x 6”
”Losing one’s partner, one’s soul mate, one’s spouse, “demands” the greatest inner strength one can apply. And it requires the help and wisdom of fellow grief-travelers such as you will find in the five sections of this booklet.
”I knew my life would never be the same again,” wrote a friend and co-worker after the death of a spouse. “But I didn’t know that it could somehow, someway, still be OK.”
May this booklet be a helpful guide on your way back, somehow, to OK-ness.”
From Finding Your Way You’re your Spouse Dies: “Some people will not know what to say to you. They may even avoid you entirely. This is just a fact and you should not allow it to hurt you too deeply. Expect changes in your relationships. Avail yourself of practical helps to ease your adjustment.”