Grief Odyssey by Douglas O'Neill

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A MUST-HAVE BOOK FOR ANYONE WHO HAS EXPERIENCED THE LOSS OF A BELOVED WIFE. Grief Odyssey is the story of two men, each of whom lost his wife to cancer. Both had young children and both went to the depths of sorrow before they began to find a sure emotional footing for their life. This is a must-have book for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one or who has someone in your life who has also dealt with loss. Dr. Douglas E. O'Neill and Dan H. Gilbertson take you on a journey that details: - The shock they experienced as a result of learning their wives had a terminal illness - The way they reacted to their wives' illness - The life-changing decisions they had to make before and after the wives' treatments - And the way fathers and their children adjusted to their tragic losses Their journey is expressed in four phases: 1. Receiving the diagnosis of cancer 2. Watching a wife suffer through treatment 3. The unbelievable loss and sorrow when she died 4. Recovering slowly from that grief to find, once again, emotional health These two men share what they did to get through the difficult times as well as how they've moved on with their lives. Because they have been there and lived it, they are experts.
 

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Published December 10, 2012 by WinePress Publishing. 160 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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