A tool for those mourning and grieving loss from afar
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., July 3, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "Groping for Support" is part of Kimatu's efforts to take care of those in the diaspora who are searching for support after losing their loved ones abroad. Intended for immigrants all over, Dr. Kimatu shares support for long-distance loss.
In "Groping for Support," by Rev. Dr. Joseph Kimatu, readers are provided with coping tools for the loss of their loved ones, for situations where they were not able to travel and tell them goodbye.
"My goal is to provide a tool that can be used by those who would love to offer support to those suffering in silence after they have lost their loved ones abroad." Kimatu said. "The book also helps those who find themselves abandoned by the communities they live in when death strikes far away."
Dr. Kimatu's book can be utilized as a guide to help those who are mourning, grieving, and suffering in isolation from the rest of their close family members and friends. It is inspired by the deaths that the author witnessed abroad.
"Closure is key to our dealing with grief," Kimatu said.
About the author
Rev. Dr. Joseph Kimatu has a dual-master's degree (MACM, M.DIV.) and two doctoral degrees (D.D., D. Min) all with a focus in Psychology of Religion, Pastoral Care and Counseling. He is a teacher, board certified chaplain, and a pastor. Additionally, he runs a program on Jambo Radio Network called Menyerera, which means "watch over" or" take care of." Kimatu resides in Springfield, Mass.
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