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At some point in our lives, we all experience grief: the death of a loved one, a financial catastrophe, a debilitating illness, or the ending of a marriage. In the dark moments that follow these losses, life can seem hopeless and unbearable.
Author Therese Tappouni knows this journey all too well.
After suffering the devastating loss of her eleven-year-old son, she ultimately came to the realization that it is possible to not only heal from grief, but to find gifts from the deepest places of despair.
The Gifts of Grief: Finding the Light in the Darkness of Loss explores the grieving process and examines new ways to heal from the inside out. Couched in Tappouni's warm and comforting prose, and steeped in examples from her own experiences with deep loss, Therese is able to walk the reader through the grieving process, while keeping in mind that the journey will be different for every person.
Complete with guided audio mediations and journaling exercises, The Gifts of Grief offers a compassionate path from loss and emptiness into wholeness, teaching not only how to survive grief, but also adapt and evolve new blessings from it as well.
©2013 Therese Tappouni (P)2015 Hierophant
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By amy segali on 06-14-17

unbearable narration

If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

a robot who might relate to the robotic voice

What could Therese Tappouni have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

chosen a different person to read it aloud

How did the narrator detract from the book?

her robotic sounding voice drove me t distraction - her unnatural pauses in the wrong places, emPHasis on the wrong syLAbles interspersed with an attempt to sound serious and moving which came across as pathetic

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

disappointment, frustration anger and sadness as I am in mourning and searching for wisdom, solace, hope but this was unbearable and impossible to listen to

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