DALLAS (PRWEB) April 13, 2021
Jason Harris, an ordained minister with a master’s degree in counseling, has completed his new book “Good Grief: Celebrate Your Life”: a gripping and potent guide on how to navigate through grief in a happier way.
Jason writes, “The second thing about grief is more egregious. You never really get over it. I am so saddened by the countless people I talk to who wonder why, after just a few weeks or months, they haven’t ‘gotten over’ their mother/father/grandmother’s death. That’s because you don’t. I’m sorry to say that, but it’s true. Here is the illustration I often use when talking with people who have lost a loved one. I’m right-handed. If I suddenly lost my right arm in an accident? Guess what. Now, I’m left-handed. If you ask me to write you a note, especially right after the accident, you will barely be able to read it. I do not write with my left hand very well. I will be frustrated every morning when I try to shower, brush my teeth, get dressed with just one arm, and my left arm at that. But three months from now? My writing is more legible. I am getting dressed with one arm better than three months ago. Six months later? Even better. But you know what? I don’t get my right arm back. I suppose I could get a prosthetic. But it is still not my original arm I’ve had all my life. Grief is like that. I have to adjust to a ‘new normal.’ But I do not get my loved one back. Does it make sense now why it is okay to cry? Why it is more than natural to weep when you lose one of the more important relationships in your life? Whether that is a mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, or even pet? Yes, those are more than significant, too! But now, let’s talk about why you must absolutely celebrate that life.”
Published by Page Publishing, Jason Harris’ informative tale explores the topics of death, dying, funerals, and grief.
Practically everyone has or will go through the tragic experience of losing a loved one. This very sensitive topic is not normally welcomed. Readers will learn a different perspective on how to handle the grieving process. Instead of only having sorrow and tears, the author encourages people to celebrate the life of a lost loved one. This valuable information will enable people to help others and heal themselves properly. It will bring joy to sorrow.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Good Grief: Celebrate Your Life” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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