Selected Journals on Grieving

 

Selected Journals on Grieving

King's College 16th International Conference on Death and Bereavement


Leo Tolstoy wrote that every time we write we should leave a bit of our blood in the ink pot. The stories in this book do exactly that. The stories are thoughtful, personal and a great testament to the importance of human relationships in all their many forms.


The stories in this book look at: views by professionals about their work; personal stories by spouses, parents, children and siblings; spiritual aspects of care; the importance of animals in people's lives; philosophical musings; and so much more.


Each story is a short vignette of a person's journey through grief. These are stories about practical things that people have done to help others or to help themselves. One or more of these stories will touch your heart because we have all grieved the death of someone we love. In reading how others have dealt with such loss, we identify how we are coping and what we need to continue to do to help others while also looking at things we might want to do differently so that we don't hurt ourselves or others we love.


This material was gathered at King's College 16th International Conference on Death and Bereavement in London, Ontario, Canada. Everyone who has participated in the project has ensured that their stories are free of error and respect the confidentiality of the people involved as necessary. They retain copyright for their own stories and accept responsibility for what is recorded.


84 pages, 6 x 9 inches, ISBN 1-55307-024-0, $15 ebook



Table of Contents

Eugen Bannerman: Quest for Meaning; Terror at 20,000 Feet

Bonnie L. Barry: Pat, Jim and Ralph the Dog

Sister Marilyn Carpenter, OSB: Healing through the Arts Workshop; Virginia

Don C. Combs: Mary

Gerry R. Cox: Haskell

Lynn Crowder: Green Peppers

Rev. Bruce Dickson: Remembering What You Can Do

Linda L. Diehl: Mike

Sandra Elder: A Young Girl and Simon the Poodle

George E. Franke: People Who Have Touched Me ; A Psalm for N.

Ruth Gallant: My Father

George B. Gilbertson: Kitty

Linda Gilpin: Mrs. C. M.

Kim Goldstein: Aubrey

Toni Griffith: When the Sky is Sky Blue Pink

Karolyn Grimes: Zuzu's Life

Greta P. Hicks: Ted=s Gift

Pamela Holland: Look What We=ve Done So Far

Jean Kell: Tom

Reverend Jennie Malewski: Daniel

Sandy McBay: Jeff and His Father

Howard McIlveen: John Lee; Mrs. Chen

Noreen Minifie: When the Sky is Sky Blue Pink

Jim Mulcahy: The Minister and the Mensch

Gerald S. Nash: My Mother=s Death

Dave Pierson: Deaths I Remember Most

Edith Pierson: Mim

Pauline Pigott: Shane's Gift

Joanne Pryor-Carter: Thank You for Telling Me

Sharon Robinson: My First and Second Lives

Jennifer Rockburne: Her Next Mission

Susan Schilder : The Breaking of a Heart

Elaine Seeley: Aunt Dulcie

Cecelia Upton: Receiving Much More than I Strive to Give

Harry van Bommel: Let=s Go for a Walk

Ruth van den Heuvel: To Give Over Their Destiny

Chaplain Lamar Vincent: My Son

Dr. Mechtild Voss-Eiser: Orphaned Parents

Dr. Anthony Webber: John

Erica Webber:The Story of Fiona

Elizabeth White: Mother's Day 1998

Loretta Wilkins: I've told God that I am ready!

Nicholas J. Wilson: Wounded Healer; Reconciliation

Alice Zulli: Part of Me Died Too

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