Empty Arms Journal: 21 Days of Good Grief Exercises for Healing After Miscarriage, Stillbirth, or the Loss of a Baby
FIND HEALING AND RESTORATION IN THIS COMPANION JOURNAL TO THE NATIONALLY ACCLAIMED BEST-SELLER EMPTY ARMS: Hope and Support for Those Who Have Suffered a Miscarriage, Stillbirth, or Tubal Pregnancy.Are you ready to take God's hand and courageously embark on a personal healing journey, using scientifically proven ways to embrace your loss and heal your heart? The Empty Arms Journal is a one-of-a-kind experiential guide for anyone - individuals, families, professional counselors, grief groups, and others who have been touched by the loss of a baby. This experiential guide promotes deep long-lasting renewal through journal writing when used with Pam’s best-selling book, Empty Arms: Hope and Support For Those Who Have Experienced Miscarriage, Stillbirth, or Tubal Pregnancy. Over 100,000 copies sold. It is written by a Licensed Professional Counselor who guides with compassion, having suffered the devastating losses of a baby half way to term, and a sixteen-year-old son. This sought-after therapist has walked with thousands into complete recovery during twenty-five years of clinical practice. She now offers experiential grief release exercises in this step-by-step guide, to promote healing in the privacy of your own home. Each of the 21 days launches from a corresponding chapter in Empty Arms. Based on timeless Biblical wisdom and cutting-edge brain science, a proven 5-Step process nurtures renewal and transformation as you work through the profound pain of your loss. The Empty Arms Journal empowers you to:*Embrace your loss in the light of God’s love *Let go of preoccupations that block transformation and fulfillment*Experience relief from the blinding pain of loss *Keep moving forward through grief without derailing or getting stuck in the unnecessary suffering or of prolonged grief.Why not start fresh on your healing journey today?
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