When author Phoebe Leggett received a call in the middle of the night, her life was forever changed. Her twenty-two year-old son had just been killed in a car crash. Devastated and confused, she embarked on a long and difficult journey into grief.
In It's My Time to Grieve, Leggett presents a message of hope for hurting hearts as they travel their own journey into grief. Using personal experience as a guide, she shares her story while providing resources to help others successfully navigate through the grieving process, which include:
• Moving through the stages of grief
• Managing the holidays
• Handling emotions of fear, anger, and regret
• Grieving the death of a child, spouse, parent, sibling, friend, or pet
• Sharing the pain
• Gaining comfort and healing from the Bible
• Moving forward
Applying Bible verses, poetry, and personal stories, It's my Time to Grieve communicates a message of hope through the comfort God provides. His consolation is all that's needed to assist you through the process of grieving. Set it free, give it to God, and let it go.
Phoebe Leggett is an author, poet, and freelance writer whose articles, devotionals, stories, poetry, and books have enhanced the lives of many. This is the first book in a series titled Seasons of Courage. www.survivordynamics.wordpress.com
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I recently finished finished reading It's My Time to Grieve: A Journey into Grief and Back. I had picked it up a few times, leafing through the pages and stopping here and there to read a poem or two (Silent Cries gives the urge to hold out a hand and give a hug) as is my habit. When I finally started reading from the beginning I found it hard to put down. I read the first nine chapters on night one, the remainder of the book a few nights later. I found myself feeling a little guilty as I read...wondering if I really should be taking this peak into someone else's most private feelings...and realized that I really was hoping that the people involved would really 'be OK' in the end. I think they are. The author (Phoebe Leggett) is most fortunate to have such a supporting husband. As he said..."You'll never stop grieving for him. That's just the way it is." I shall keep this volume close, as I know I will feel the need to refer to it often in the future. Phoebe, thanks for letting us be a part of your healing process.