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The Grief Garden Path (ebook)
by Julie New. Help to understand that there really is some light at the end of the tunnel, and to help you on your journey towards it.
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Other books in this series:
Who are the flowers in your garden? (hardback)
by Julie New. How many roles will you play today? Parent, boss, taxi, shoulder-to-cry-on, cook, and bottle washer? When did you last take time to nurture yourself?
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The Grief Garden Path

The Grief Garden Path

ISBN: (EB) 978-1-912243-82-2
ISBN (Printed): (HB) 978-1-912243-83-9
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A book to help you when you’ve lost someone special.
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£1 of each hardback copy sold goes to ‘The Good Grief Trust’.

Have you lost somebody close to you? This book can help you to deal with loss, grief and bereavement.

“It’s important to remember that everyone’s journey of grief is personal and individual. However, there are similarities for everyone in the process of grief. My aim is to help everyone to understand that there really is some light at the end of the tunnel, and to help them on their journey towards it.”

The Grief Garden Path is easy to read, with plenty of practical advice, which you can dip into whenever you have time. Chapters include information about the ‘grief path’, and outlining the types of grief you might experience.

You’ll find simple exercises you can follow to help you going forward. There are also tips to help you feel better, even on your worst days. You’ll be able to share personal stories from people who have experienced the loss of people very close to them, including their own tips on how to cope. At a time when you might not feel able to join a group in order to share your own feelings, we are sure that you will find it inspirational to hear about how others have coped with the pain of losing a loved one.

Julie New is always happy to hear from anyone who is struggling to overcome personal setbacks. You’ll find her contact details on her website: www.julienew.co.uk

Linda Magistris, the founder of the Good Grief Trust (www.thegoodgrieftrust.org) has included a foreword.

Other books written by the author of The Grief Garden Path:

Who are the flowers in your garden? is Julie New’s first book in the series. It is full of inspirational stories which can help you to start flourishing personally and professionally, as well as reflect on your life. It is available in hardback, as an ebook and as an audiobook. Click here to find out more.

 

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by Melanie on The Grief Garden Path

I've read your wonderful book. What I like is the simplicity, it's laid out so it can be picked up so easily at any time and focused on areas that mean the most to people.

What a wonderful idea to have those nuggets at the end that's such a great positive at the end.

by Isobel on The Grief Garden Path

Love the book decided the stage I am at is acceptance x

by Rebecca on The Grief Garden Path
The Grief Garden Path

This book is just perfect and so inspiring to read, it offers the perfect level of help to anyone who has been bereaved. This book allows you to see that there is hope and the return of sunshine again in your garden after the loss of a loved one. It has helped me so much and will definitely help many others. Thank you Julie.

by Gaynor Downie on The Grief Garden Path
The grief garden path

An inspiring read, filled with heart felt moments and top tips from colleagues who have experienced loss. Julie brings the topic to life by drawing on personal experience and research from others. Her analogy of a garden is one that I carry with me daily. Thank you Julie, a valuable read that you can dip into with a cuppa.

by Alissa on The Grief Garden Path
Reaching out

Death and grief are not the easiest of topics. They are not easily talked about and yet they are familiar to us all. By sharing her own story of loss and those of others, Julie New reaches out through The Grief Garden Path to help you on your journey wherever that may be. You are sure to find something that will resonate with you.

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