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Understanding Death: 10 Ways to Inner Peace for the Grieving


eBooks2go, Inc.
November 29, 2012

Book Details

Are you struggling with the death of a loved one? Do you ask "Why me?" Does it feel like the pain will never go away? Do you have a million questions about death, dying and grieving? Then this e-book is for you! Here's why: Not only will you learn that death is not a punishment as we think it is, you'll also learn 1) why we're born and why we die 2) why grief is so hard and what steps you can take to heal your broken heart, 3) what happens when someone dies 4) why death is never the ultimate separation 5) how we can continue to communicate with those we've loved and lost, and much more. In the ten questions frequently asked by the grieving, you'll find that you're not alone. The answers will bring you to a place of peace as your perspective on death and life undergoes a dramatic transformation. You will never again look at death with fear and anxiety.

Author Description

Uma Girish is an award-winning writer whose articles, features and short stories have been published in 7 countries. She is also a certified Life Skills and Dream Coach and helps her clients follow their passions, deal with grief and loss, and also develop a deeper connection with their personal spiritual truth. She facilitates a weekly group on "Reminiscences and Life Lessons" at a senior living community. Read her grief blog at http://grammarofgrief.wordpress.com and visit her website at www.umagirish.com

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