Stumbling Stones: A Path Through Grief, Love And Loss by Airdre GrantStumbling Stones: A Path Through Grief, Love And Loss by Airdre Grant

Stumbling Stones: A Path Through Grief, Love And Loss

byAirdre Grant

Hardcover | February 1, 2016

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Stumbling Stones is a collection of poignant stories, personal anecdotes and inspiring wisdom that guides readers in traversing the emotional landscape of loss and grief. It might be grief for a loved one, the ending of a relationship or loss of a job but these are obstacles everyone encounters in life and the challenge is in the way we manage them, develop resilience and understanding, how we grow and learn to cope. Stumbling Stones is a beautiful collection that draws on literature, poetry, stories, observations and reflections to give insights and offer navigation through the rocky paths.
In a single year, New Zealand-born Dr. Airdre Grant lost a long-term relationship, her cat, dog, father, and twin brother. She took herself on a pilgrimage to Iona in Scotland and to the Himalayas in search of solace, consolation, and insight. Airdre has written in both popular and academic press about the place and importance of love,...
Title:Stumbling Stones: A Path Through Grief, Love And LossFormat:HardcoverDimensions:128 pages, 7.5 × 4.88 × 0.75 inPublished:February 1, 2016Publisher:Hardie Grant - Chronicle BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1743790570

ISBN - 13:9781743790571

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"This book transcends, in all the best meanings of the word. Reading your words opened my heart. Visiting with the other bereaved who are so lovingly described in your book, we find there is indeed a path. I will use this today with my Hospice clients.. I want to give this to hundreds of people. This is the best work on grief that I have read. Ordering more now.."
-Amanda McQuade Crawford