Widowed And Young ... Learning A New Way Of Life

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At the age of twenty-eight, Lisa Gardemal was happily married to her husband, John. They had a two-year-old son and she was five months pregnant with her daughter. A tragic accident changed this life in a matter of seconds and she was left widowed and young. Widowed and Young ... Learning a New WAY of Life chronicles Lisa's journey through her grief as well as her triumphs. This book offers reassurance and comfort to other widowed young people, so they know they are not alone in the grief process. It can be read ...

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At the age of twenty-eight, Lisa Gardemal was happily married to her husband, John. They had a two-year-old son and she was five months pregnant with her daughter. A tragic accident changed this life in a matter of seconds and she was left widowed and young. Widowed and Young ... Learning a New WAY of Life chronicles Lisa's journey through her grief as well as her triumphs. This book offers reassurance and comfort to other widowed young people, so they know they are not alone in the grief process. It can be read on one of their many sleepless nights. When they put down the book, they will know that what they are feeling and experiencing is normal and that there is hope for them. It is evident that despite Lisa's circumstances, her strong faith and trust in the Lord has resulted in her loving and cherishing her new life.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781592865246
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 6/28/2003
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.26 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2003

    Death Can Happen At Any Age

    Being young and widowed is so different than being our grandparents age. That doesn't mean the grief is any less, by no means do I mean that! There are different issues than what our grandparents had: Children to raise alone, no income in some instances and in a lot of cases, no life insurance. Raising children without a mother or father and having no job or not having any life insurance is a big deal! Widowed and Young truly helps you realize that you are not alone in what happened to you or the situations you are faced with or the feelings you have. The experiences that the author faced are real and they can happen to you -- and she helps you see that God will be with you throughout it all, even when it seems he is not. If you are young (20's thru 40's and I would add 50's) and have lost a spouse, this book will be of great benefit to you.

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