Die Tonight




This Week’s Featured Willowgreen Resource:
When a Man Faces Grief / A Man You Know Is Grieving

After writing two previous double books, it seemed only natural to make the Willowgreen book concentrating on men’s grief a double one as well. One half of the book is for men who are grieving and the other half is for those who want to understand and be supportive of the men in their lives as they move through the experience of loss and grief. I’ve been pleased that people keep turning to this resource, years after it was first published. Read more about this book including its eBook versions at this LINK

Sally Smolen, MSN, PhD, refers to herself a transformative grief specialist who is with Mercy Works in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Following is what she has written:

I have given this book to both women clients and men clients, with great success. Women tell me that it’s helpful to them for themselves as well as for the men in their lives. I appreciate the sensitivity that avoids making generalized statements about how all men feel. This book has many specific ideas that I use when facilitating grief support groups.

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2 Responses to Die Tonight

  1. Marjorie Egger says:

    You push me to remember of how precious life is and how important the people are in my life. That’s what matters. And I can never say often enough how much my loved ones mean to me. And in the midst of all those people in my life, I catch a glimpse of God’s Spirit shining through the relationships with them and I am humbly, deeply grateful.

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