3 edition of The losses of our lives found in the catalog.
The losses of our lives
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||BL65.S85 C67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009036406|
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She is author of The Losses of Our Lives: The Sacred Gifts of Renewal in Everyday Loss. A pastor, hospital chaplain and physician who practiced medicine for twenty years, she now leads retreats at church centers, monasteries and with church groups to help people explore their experiences of loss.5/5(5).
Most books on loss focus on the "big" losses (death, illness, divorce) or on specific losses (relationships, jobs, pets, memory loss, financial loss).
Going beyond loss as a problem to be resolved, a grief to be worked through, Dr. Copeland-Payton reframes loss from the perspective that our everyday losses help us learn what we need to handle the major losses/5. The Paperback of the The Losses of Our Lives: The Sacred Gifts of Renewal in Everyday Loss by Nancy Copeland-Payton at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on Due to COVID, orders may be : Turner Publishing Company. In various chapters, the author continues her assessment of the big and small losses in our lives with material on hidden loss, things and places, friendship, interrupted relationships, deaths (a child, parents, a spouse), middle-age, and aging (physical health, abilities, and self-image).
The Losses of Our Lives The Sacred Gifts of Renewal in Everyday Loss By Nancy Copeland-Payton Nancy Copeland-Payton on how the persistent experiences of losses in our lives teach us to let go and keep our hands unclenched.
Whether you've gone through a great tragedy or are just trying to deal with the small sorrows in life, this book can help you resist the pull toward despair and start on the road back to joy.
Norman Wright is a bestselling author, a certified trauma specialist, and a licensed marriage, family, and child therapist. He lives in California/5(84). Alcoholism is a disease of relationships; often the relationship is lost or our childhood was lost, or our virtue.
This book helps recognize loss, grieving over the loss, and how to transform all that into a positive force to go on with life/5(97). The main idea of the book is that in letting go of some things we make valuable gains throughout the stages of our lives.
The author starts with childhood and the separation we make from our parents. Some people suffer from premature separation from parents and so the author describes some of the emotional consequences of that because it /5. ” Haunt From award-winning poet Saeed Jones, How We Fight for Our Lives is a stunning coming-of-age memoir written at the crossroads of sex, race, and power.
“People don’t just happen,” writes Saeed Jones. “We sacrifice former versions of ourselves. We sacrifice the people who dared to raise us/5. Buy Lost Lives: The Stories of the Men, Women and Children Who Died as a Result of the Northern Ireland Troubles: The Stories of the Men, Women and Children Who Died Through the Northern Ireland Troubles 2nd Revised edition by Thornton, Chris, Kelters, Seamus, Feeney, Brian, McKittrick, David (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store/5(52).
When Denna Babul and Karin Smithson couldn't find the equivalent book for fatherlessness, The Fatherless Daughter Project was born.
The book will set fatherless women on the path to growth and fulfillment by helping them to understand how their loss has impacted their lives. A father is supposed to provide a sense of security and stability/5(69).
Tom Brokaw is the author of seven bestsellers: The Greatest Generation, The Greatest Generation Speaks, An Album of Memories, Boom!, The Time of Our Lives, A Long Way from Home, and A Lucky Life Interrupted.A native of South Dakota, he graduated from the University of South Dakota, and began his journalism career in Omaha and Atlanta before joining NBC News in Cited by: 2.
Dealing with Loss How to Handle the Losses that we Experience Throughout Our Lives. Grief is the pain we experience when there is a LOSS in our lives – not just the loss of a loved one, but the loss of anything that is important to on: Richmond Hill, L4C 3R1.
Norman Wright, Recovering from Losses in Life (Grand Rapids, MI: Fleming H. Revell, ). Unfortunately, many of us have become more proficient in developing denial than we are in facing and accepting the losses in life. Whenever there is any kind of attachment, a loss /5. Get this from a library.
The losses of our lives: the sacred gifts of renewal in everyday loss. [Nancy Copeland-Payton]. Our loss is the loss of what has been constant all the way through our marriage.
No longer is the day to day focus of our lives together revolving around one or more of our children. When Gail and I got married we learned very shortly that we were expecting our first child (our son Creath) so the marriage immediately became focused on the soon Author: Wm Roy.
Judith Viorst's "Necessary Losses" is a compendium of philosophies, studies, opinions, poetry, literary excerpts and anecdotes that define her outlook on life, childhood, maturity, grief, sexuality, old age and death.
All Our Losses All Our Griefs book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Grief as a lifelong human experience is the scope of /5.
Read The Fatherless Daughter Project: Understanding Our Losses and Reclaiming Our Lives Ebook. Well, we’ve gotten a bit carried away again. Our intention was to provide you with a list of 64 memoirs or novels about death and grief; you know, so you could add a little light reading to your summer book list.
I quickly realized that 64 books (with links and descriptions) might be a bit much, so instead we’re going to start with 32 books about grief and death and save the other half. Life is marked by a variety of losses, says certified trauma specialist H.
Norman Wright. Some are life-changing, such as leaving home, the effects of natural disasters or war, the death of a loved one, or divorce.
Others are subtle, such as changing jobs, moving, or a broken friendship. But /5(4). There are ultimately three different types of loss that we experience in our lives, and each is meant to teach us something about ourselves. Heartbreak. Heartbreak is when someone we love doesn’t meet our expectations.
It’s when feelings are not reciprocated, or when someone we care about can no longer be in our lives.Title: Recovering from Losses in Life, Updated By: H. Norman Wright Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Baker Books Publication Date: Dimensions: X (inches) Weight: 12 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WW/5(6).