The Grief Train
A Healing Journey of Love, Loss and Renewal
by Marinda Freeman
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 04 Jun 2020 | Archive Date 30 Jul 2020
Many people today do not have a traditional or formal way to address grief. Yet people who experience the death of a loved one crave emotional support and ways to work through their grief and loss. The Grief Train provides a gentle, spiritual, non-religious approach to grief.
You never know when The Grief Train will stop at your station, however you can be ready and accepting when it arrives.
A Note From the Publisher
“This is a narrative of hope and healing that can inspire any person navigating their own grief journey. I couldn't put your book down.” –Laurie Laychak-Chareq, widow of David Laychak (killed at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001)
“An extraordinary book about grief . . . It’s a great read.” –Sara Zeff Geber, PhD, author of Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers
“There is no one ‘right way’ to grieve, and each of us in the grieving process will find words of wisdom, compassion, and resilience in Marinda’s book.” –Daphne Crocker White, PhD, Board of Directors California Institute of Integral Studies
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 1 member
If people live long enough they will experience grief of some kind. Loss is part of living here. However until it happens to you its impossible to explain to another what it feels like to lose someone you love. With the world being what it is I too have felt a lot of grief lately and read this book to learn how others deal with it. I was not prepared for the advice and methods Ms Freeman used to reorder her life after grief. I found many things I could relate too as I read. One idea that I have found inspiring is foods that remind you of the loved one. Sharing a meal with those you love is the thing I think all people have in common but it never occurred to me that I could remember a loved one when eating something they loved . This book is an honest , interesting and timely story. One I am sure more of us are needing to read as time goes on.