"From coping and surviving, to transformation and thriving, Dennis has shared what grievers know . grief is a life-long process. This book of poetry and prose not only follows Dennis through the first two years after his wife's death, but also reminds us grief is an everyday 'relearning' . from our relationships with others to ourselves. This is an outstanding book for not only the bereaved, but also the professionals who companion them. It is a book about new beginnings and the continuing bonds of love." Ben Wolfe, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker; Program Manager/Grief Counselor, St. Mary's Medical Center Grief Support Center, Duluth, Minn.; Past president, Association for Death Education and Counseling "With honesty and courage, Dennis Herschbach invites us to share his journey of grief following the death of his wife. On the way, we discover that this is a journey of love, loss, healing and faith refined by the experience of living fully and honestly within the questions of death and life. All who share this story will be deeply moved and inspired. Reverend David Mesner, Ph.D. "Dennis is a gifted poet and writer who has a way with words that not only express the torment of the soul after a spousal death, but also offer hope in the journey, and he has allowed himself vulnerability so others can experience the poignant lessons to be learned. It is rare to read a work and feel so instantly drawn into the emotions and experiences expressed by the author. This is a book that will always offer a place for reflection and peace during times of sorrow and joy." Linda Senta, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
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