“How To Grieve The Loss of a Husband" is a step-by-step guide on how to grieve the loss of your husband from a Christian point of view.
It is all about self enlightenment and how to overcome the pain of grieving through God’s guidance and love. Realize the highs and lows in dealing with pain and suffering and how to redefine faith and hope to overcome them.
You will learn to understand the following:
- Understand the different stage of grief
- Step by step guide to recovery and overcome these stages
- It will show you the way to healing through building relationship with God.
- Teaching us to reflect and take things one step at a time
- Realize that God has a purpose on why things happened
- It also includes bible verses for read through and self reflection
- You will learn to forgive yourself and love again
- Reestablish yourself and relationships with God and the deceased husband
- Loving yourself more and relaxation techniques
- And Embrace the idea of being alone
The idea of grieving and pain is so overwhelming that most of the time we forget that God is a loving God and he will never leave us hanging with no answers nor forsake us in these times according to his scriptures in 1Corinthians 10:13.
After the death it is but normal to feel anger, guilty, helpless and lonely but realize that today will be different tomorrow. Death is not the end of it all but a new beginning of your life and a new chapter to your life story.
You are not alone, you have God and you have us to guide you every step of the way
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Marieche Balili is the expert behind this guide. She was widowed at the age of 28. It took a total of 6 years to recover from her loss. She started dating a few years after her husband’s death because all the while she thought she needed a man to fix herself. However, the relationships did not work out because she was not aware about the stages of grieving and the importance of fully recovering from the experience.
Now she’s enjoying her life alone and has hopes of having a family of her own in the future. Marieche has joined and worked as a part time church counselor at United Pentecostal Church of Punturin. She attended seminars and conferences about “Behavioral Modification” and “Understanding Life” and Church revivals.
After the traumatic experience, she has become much more mature, independent and has a new perspective in life. She now seeks to help women who have lost ones to find meaning and purpose in life.