New Book Takes Readers on an Emotional Journey a Person Goes Through in Hospice

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Dr. Sherri Lynn Bures announces the release of ‘Hospice, Grief, and Life Thereafter’

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In a new book titled “Hospice, Grief, and Life Thereafter” (published by Trafford Publishing), author Dr. Sherri Lynn Bures takes readers on a spiritual voyage a person in grief goes through when a loved one is in hospice.

The book is about the journey that unfolds when a diagnosis of a terminal illness is received. The first thoughts, the fight and the acceptance all handled through the will of God. Poetry is intermixed throughout the book to give a fresh perspective on this subject. The grief section is written with truth and clarity allowing anyone to go step-by-step through the process, because everyone must face that harsh reality at some point. The last section deals with both the recovery process and the life that is promised in heaven with Jesus Christ.

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“This book takes you through the feelings you experience in hospice, the grief that hits you after death occurs and the hope of a new life,” says Bures.

Having dealt with her own grief in life and holding on to faith that enabled her to believe that life goes on, Bures give readers an inside look at what they might experience through her eyes. She sincerely hopes the book may give hope, faith and love to all those facing their own difficult journey.

“Hospice, Grief, and Life Thereafter”
By Dr. Sherri Lynn Bures
Hardcover | 5.5x8.5 in | 510 pages | ISBN 9781490766270
Softcover | 5.5x8.5 in | 510 pages | ISBN 9781490766263
E-Book | 510 pages | ISBN 9781490766300
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Dr. Sherri Lynn Bures is a doctor of naturopathy who believes that “God will guide us and His love will sustain us.” Her first book “Poems of Pure Love for Life” feeds the soul through the music of poetry, expressed line after line. Her second book “Prayers for Everyday Life” guides readers through the many aspects of prayer, while carefully expressing spiritual poetry as well. This multi-talented author believes her first priority is her family. She is the mother of four children, LCDR Paul Bures, Suzy, Robert and Mickey. She recommends the book, “America: The Oil Hostage,” a non-fiction book written by Paul Bures.

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