"Grieving God's Way, the Path to Lasting Hope and Healing," by Margaret Brownley is a 90-day journey looking at grief. The author teamed up with Diantha Ain who wrote thoughtful, beautiful Haiku poems for each chapter.
It is written like a devotional book. It doesn't answer the why, but it does give you answers to how to travel through grief.
Each day has verses from the Bible to meditate on, a Haiku poem, and practical ideas of things to do as you journey through grief.
It has ideas you could use to help those you know going through grief as well as in your own journey.
The author says each person goes through grief at their own pace, and that it is not a process that you can "just get over it" and move on. It takes healing in all areas: body, soul, heart, and spirit, and the book is divided into these four sections. The process of grief is not linear, and there is not a set amount of time that it will take for each person.
A list of helpful resources are included. The book I reviewed is paperback, put together very well, with soothing light gray pages.
Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for this review. This review is also posted on my personal blog.