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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Healing Hearts with Helping Hands giveaway



We all know someone who has hurt because of the loss of a loved one. Did you know what to say? What to do?

We can never cure them of their grief but there is much we can do to help them through. This book will empower you and show you how to help lessen their pain. Here is the specific help you need to give of yourself while they grieve:

  • What to say
  • What not to say
  • The words to use in a card
  • What meals to bring
  • What meals not to bring
  • How to act
  • How not to act
  • When to do it!

From simply sending a card to arranging for all of their meals – by sharing their pain and showing you care with your actions, you can make a difference!

Don’t wait until you know someone who needs your hands to help heal their hurt. Read this today and you will find, that helping someone else through the valley of the shadow of death, you yourself are blessed.

If this sounds like a book you need, you can purchase it here for only $5.97

Enter this giveaway to win this free e-book:

11 comments:

  1. The best thing for me was just being there and listening.

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  2. Having friends and family over just to talk helps the grieving process.

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  3. When I lost my dad, my coworkers all signed a card and had collected money, which helped with some of the expenses. My employer also sent food and flowers and gave me two weeks off with pay. I could never thank them enough.

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  4. Some day Some how ..you will learn how to start living again but NEVER will you forget,as they would want you to keep living ,,,,martha at berrycherr63@hotmail.com

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  5. I have not yet lost someone really close to me, so I'm not sure how to answer this question, but my husband's mother is dying from cancer, and I am struggling with how to console him and what to say to our children.

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  6. (Lagean)
    I can't get the Eternal Encourgement entry to work. Glad you shared the link though so I can find it and subscribe.

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  7. i WAA SLEEPING IN THE iCU WAITING ROOM AND HAD CRIED MYSELF TO SLEEP...THE ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON COVERED ME WITH A BLANKET AND LEFT A SOFT DRINK FOR ME

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  8. Lots of hugs and sitting to listen.

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  9. I made them in a photo album of pictures of their sister :)

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  10. My friends just let me be by myself and process everything. No one tried to talk to me about everything. That was much appreciated. For others I usually try to go to calling hours. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)coom Thank you.

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