Getting Through Loss Earl Hipp. harden up, be tough. If you feel pain, just keep going; you will eventually be okay. Get Over It Quickly This is the age of MTV and channel surfing. Things move fast. If we are watching a TV program we ...
Earl Hipp addresses loss and discusses young people's experiences to help you provide students with tools to grieve and ways to keep their losses from becoming too overwhelming. Earl Hipp addresses loss from the perspective of the heart. He discusses young people's experiences with loss and helps them figure out ways to continue functioning after loss. You will provide students with tools to grieve and ways to keep their losses from becoming too overwhelming. This book, along with the Caring Circle: A Facilitator's Guide to Support Groups and Thirty-Eight Great Handouts are all part of a complete curriculum to use in developing broad-based support groups for young people ages 12 and older. Other books that can be purchased that are part of this program to help teens in specific areas are:-Feed Your Head (Self-Esteem) -Fighting Invisible Tigers (Stress) -Understanding the Human Volcano (Violence)
Personality and Personal Growth
Release on | by Allan Wagner
You will need to find a way to go on and move past the hard times and accept what has happened. This may not always be easy, but you have to do it in order to move on and get on with your life. Losses will happen to us from the time we ...
... through the loss. Hope lives as though the loss were simply the first meaning of the larger meaning revealed. ... When the trust to take action and to open and to grow leaves us, there is too little opening for hope to get through.
One of the volumes of the popular Protestant Pulpit Exchange series, this volume focuses on the ways in which preachers can make use of Biblical passages to help listeners deal with hard times in their lives. This universal issue is addressed in compassionate and helpful ways in this collection of sermons.
The Hidden Gifts of Helping
Release on 2011-02-22 | by Stephen G. Post
How the Power of Giving, Compassion, and Hope Can Get Us Through Hard Times Stephen G. Post. my own: the Seeing there were no groups around for young widows and widowers in the area, I started one of Long Island/NYC Metro Area Young ...
The world's religions affirm it to be so and recent research across a number of disciplines tell us that "Helping others not only benefits those we assist but is good for us as well." The recent and astonishingly generous outpouring of help and donations in response to the earthquake in Haiti is a clear demonstration of this phenomenon, but what if we could be convinced to make helping others a way of life, even when times are hard? Post is author of the widely praised Why Good Things Happen to Good People Filled with inspirational anecdotes about the transformative power of doing good The author is a leader in the study of altruism, compassion, and love as well as the President of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love Beautiful packaging, ideal for gift giving The Hidden Gifts of Helping Others will leave you with the unshakable feeling that the world is an essentially good place.
Til Death Do Us Part
Release on 1986 | by Jeanette C. Lauer
And a Missouri wife who said that her marriage was " wonderful " agreed that humor had been a great help in coping with troubled times : " Laughter relieves tension and a sense of humor helps one keep a sense of proportion .
Three couples : happily ever after? -- Is marriage obsolete? -- Enduring is not enough -- 'Til death do us part : the role of commitment -- To love and to honor -- The two become one : dilemma or opportunity? -- Conflict : how to engage in "good fighting"--Nowhere to somewhere : avoiding the ruts -- What is more important?
After Cancer A Guide to Your New Life
Release on 1994-02-10 | by Wendy Schlessel Harpham
Reading obituaries is a common behavior after cancer treatment, with many possible roots. ... Instead of using your cancer as a focus of blame, you should use it as a reminder that you can get through hard times.
Having this book on my nightstand is like having an empathetic and wise friend at my side as I chart a new course after cancer treatment. Dr. Harpham blends practical information with the intimate understanding of a veteran. Her book serves as a companion and inspiration on my voyage. —Ellen Hermanson, editor, Networker (National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship Newsletter) This is the first book written by a doctor for the layperson that addresses the medicine, the practical issues, and the psychosocial elements of recovery after cancer treatment. The author a cancer survivor herself, understands that surviving cancer is more than just killing cancer cells and getting through treatment. Patients must deal with the emotional, social, spiritual, and financial fallout of a cancer diagnosis. By helping survivors understand that they can’t go back to where they were before cancer, she liberates them to move forward to a different, “new normal.” Writing in a reader-friendly, question-and-answer format, Dr. Wendy Harpham addresses a wide range of issues realistically yet hopefully. Among them are understanding the medicine of reevaluation, follow-up, and prevention treatment; dealing with the most common physical aftereffects of treatment; learning how to make decisions about work and school; relating to friends and family; helping children deal with parent’s cancer; and coping with the practicalities of living wills and insurance. An important section on post cancer fatigue will be of special interest to patients who find that exhaustion is one of the most difficult problems with which they deal.
It s Not Over Until You Win
Release on 1998-01-08 | by Les Brown
Where are the classes for dealing with the loss of a job, the death of a loved one, the failure of a relationship? Unfortunately, those lessons are ... No wonder so many people feel lost and alone when they are going through hard times.
A step-by-step plan offers examples and exercises on how to determine and live by a set of values, experiment with failure as a formula for success, and take life beyond set limits
The Heart of What Matters
Release on 2001-09-04 | by Anthony Cunningham
The combat soldier's mantras of “Fuck it” and “Don't mean nothin'” may get them through a hellish time, but at some point, if these soldiers are to make sense of their lives and loves, they must face up to their losses for what they ...
"This is a wonderful book--beautifully written, deeply moving, and philosophically well argued. I loved it."—Nel Noddings, author of Caring: A Feminine Approach to Ethics and Moral Education "This book gives us something all too rare in contemporary philosophical writing: a passionate, careful, deeply sympathetic and sustained analysis of some important literary narratives in aid of a clearly defined philosophical project. Whether one agrees with Cunningham's conclusions or not, his treatment of the texts is inspiring and illuminating."—Lawrence C. Becker, author of A New Stoicism
Physician s Guide to Coping with Death and Dying
Release on 2004-12-09 | by Jan Swanson MD
... help patients define a good death: 1 Regarding the meaning of illness ○ How have you made sense of why this is happening to you? ○ What do you think is ahead? 2 Regarding coping style ○ How have you coped with hard times in the ...
In "A Physician's Guide to Coping with Death and Dying" Jan Swanson and Alan Cooper, a physician and a clinical psychologist with many years of experience, offer insights to help medical students, residents, physicians, nurses, and others become more aware of the different stages in the dying process and learn how to communicate more effectively with patients and their families. They also discuss the ways physicians and other caregivers can learn to reduce their own stress levels and avoid the risk of burnout, allowing them to achieve balance in their lives and be more effective professionally.
Coping With Loss
Release on 2013-01-11 | by Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
l was able to experience my mother in a positive way-The stories at her funeral, going through her personal papers. ... Then I guess the job of the living after the death is to hire a new board of directors ... We grow in hard times.
Coping With Loss describes the many ways in which people cope with the death of someone they love. Most earlier books on bereavement have fallen into two categories: distillations of the clinical experience of individual therapists or collections of chapters reporting the results of empirical studies. Each category is valuable but has tended to serve a narrow group of readers--practitioners with particular theoretical orientations or researchers in quest of the latest findings. Coauthored by a leading research psychologist and an experienced therapist who specializes in bereavement education and intervention, this book is different. The authors weave together the strands of theory, research, and clinical wisdom into a seamless and readable narrative. While they discuss previous work, they also present new data, never before published, from one of the largest studies of bereaved people ever conducted, the Bereavement Coping Project. Unlike most studies to date, which focused on only one type of bereaved group (usually widows or widowers), the Bereavement Coping Project examined the experiences of several different groups during the first l8 months after the death. The groups included those who had lost a spouse, a parent, an adult sibling, or a child; and those who had lost their significant other to cancer or cardiovascular disease on one hand as opposed to the stigmatized disease of AIDS on the other. The book begins with a critical overview of theories of bereavement; succeeding chapters explore in depth the impact of specific types of loss, the impact of particular coping strategies on recovery; the impact of social supports and religion, and the special cases of children and of people who seem to grow and change for the better after a loss. A final chapter considers implications for intervention with bereaved people. Each chapter is richly illuminated with real-life examples throughout and ends with a section called "Voices" in which bereaved people describe their various attempts to cope in their own words. Insightful and informative.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-12-16 - Publisher: D&B Publishing
Most PLO books advocate a highly conservative game-plan – this style is outdated and will get you crushed in today’s games. Mastering Pot-Limit Omaha is different. It is a unique and remarkable book, outlining a whole new approach to the game: teaches you an aggressive styleprovides you with clear guidelines
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-10-06 - Publisher: D&B Publishing
Welcome to the wonderful world of Pot Limit Omaha! With four hole cards instead of two, PLO is a far more nuanced game than No-Limit Hold’em and one that emphatically rewards greater skill. This makes it a very profitable game for serious players – especially when playing at the small
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-14 - Publisher: D&B Publishing
Welcome to the wonderful world of Pot Limit Omaha With four hole cards instead of two, PLO is a far more nuanced poker game that rewards greater skill more emphatically than No-Limit Hold'em. This makes it a very profitable game for serious players - especially when playing small stakes where
Omaha, and especially PLO, is gaining popularity on for two main reasons: It's similar to Hold'em so players feel like they've already got a good feel for the game It's action-packed, which is something any self-respecting poker player is happy about Even more than Hold'em, Omaha requires players to have
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008 - Publisher: Lyle Stuart
If you've never tried pot-limit Omaha, you're missing out on the most exciting, most lucrative cash game around. Omaha has long been the most popular form of poker in Europe, and now it's spreading like wildfire throughout North America. The reason is simple: Omaha offers more action and bigger pots