The Unbounded Heart of Grief Relief Journal is a place for your drawings, doodles, or pictures, as you express on paper what word cannot express. Each page is unlined and has a quote that offer guidance, direction, or contemplation.
Each of us has an artist within us yearning to scream, cry, create, and express our emotions in a visual format that tells the world how we are feeling. Mostly we create for our own emotional, spiritual, and physical healing. We create to present what we feel when words can no longer tell our story.
The Journal is used to express feelings and emotions through art, any kind of visual art that accesses parts of the brain that the written word can't. Expressing emotions of grief, and associated emotions, is a positive step in the healing process. Use this journal if you prefer to draw your feeling instead of writing them.
The act of drawing uses mind and muscles to help positive healing from grief. Grief needs many outlets, art is one.
|Publisher:||Tolman Main Press, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Richard is the author of the award winning books “Life without Lisa” and the “Heart of Grief Relief Journal.” Richard earned his undergraduate degree in Journalism and Technical Communications from Suffolk University in Boston, MA. His general interest articles have appeared in numerous newspapers including The Montachusett Times, the Fitchburg & Leominster Sentinel, and magazines including Resource Recycling, BMW ON Magazine, and Neapolitan Families, and a number of online articles on grief and healing with some appearing on the Open to Hope website. Richard is a popular, seasoned speaker who shares his insights regarding healing from grief and the healing powers of journaling. He has appeared nationwide at hospices, churches, public libraries, community centers, clubs and organizations and bookstores. He has been a guest on hundreds of radio talk shows. His works have been the focus of over a hundred newspaper and magazine articles across the country. Richard is also a businessman, community volunteer, and philanthropist. He earned his MBA in Business Management from Hodges University in Naples, FL. He sat on the Board of Directors of Avow Hospice in Naples, FL, and is a past director of Seacrest Country Day School, and has been on the board of Kiwanis Clubs.. He and his wife live in Naples, FL and have three children and two grandchildren and love to attend family gatherings.