Filled with practical examples from grieving people who have been helped (and hurt) during their loss
When someone we love is grieving, we want to be there. But it’s easy to feel paralyzed, worried that we might say or do the wrong thing. Nancy Guthrie has dealt with pain and knows which words and actions are helpful and which are harmful. Drawing from life experiences—including the loss of two of her children—Guthrie has written this practical resource for Christians who want to be better friends to those who are suffering. This book includes examples and helpful tips, equipping readers to come alongside and comfort loved ones who are hurting.
Perfect for counselors and pastors looking for a resource to give to those who want to help grieving loved ones
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The book is based upon Nancy Guthrie’s experience in trials as well as a survey conducted of others who’ve experienced loss. She quotes extensively from these survey responses to help make her points by using the words of others.
The book is eminently practical and personal, divided into seven chapters that discuss the nitty-gritty of interacting with grieving individuals.... continue reading