Good Words Booklet Series
Complete Good Words Booklet Series
The Good Words Booklets are perfect for funeral home and hospice distribution, as well as for eulogy writing workshops.
- Good Words: Eulogies for Children
- Good Words: Eulogies with Children’s Voices
- Good Words: Nontraditional Eulogies
- Good Words: Eulogies and Religious Settings
- Good Words: Eulogies and Difficult Situations
- Good Words: Writing and Delivering a Eulogy
Each booklet provides a workbook for developing the eulogy.
Good Words: Eulogies for Children
Eulogies for children (from pre-birth through adolescence) can be the most challenging of all. This booklet provides advice tailored to the difficult task of writing a eulogy that addresses a child’s death.
Good Words: Eulogies with Children’s VoicesThis booklet provides age-appropriate advice for families who want to include children and adolescents in a funeral or memorial service. When guided by thoughtful adults, youths of most ages can participate meaningfully.
Good Words: Eulogies and Religious SettingsDifferent religious customs call for different approaches to the eulogy. This booklet provides advice for writing and delivering eulogies tailored to a variety of religious settings.
Good Words: Eulogies and Difficult SituationsThis booklet acknowledges that some people die from difficult-to-discuss causes like suicide and alcohol or drug addiction. Its advice is tailored to honoring and blessing the deceased under such circumstances.
Good Words: Eulogy Writing & DeliveringThis booklet provides a brief version of the traditional eulogy writing and delivery advice offered in Good Words: Memorializing through a Eulogy. The advice focuses only on a general eulogy and does not address special situations as do the other booklets in this series.
Good Words: Nontraditional Eulogies
This booklet provides advice tailored to preparing and delivering multiple eulogies or eulogies delivered by multiple people; it includes advice for revising and presenting the eulogy through digital media after the funeral.
Dr. Beth L. Hewett is an experienced grief coach, bereavement facilitator and facilitator trainer, author, public speaker, and writing instructor. Her specialty is mindful mourning with Bead Blessings, writing, and other purposeful activities.
Dr. Hewett is a Certified Compassionate Bereavement Care™ Provider and grief coach. Her philosophy is that we deserve support in the sadness of death. She will listen to your story and walk the grief journey with you.
- Good Words: Memorializing Through a Eulogy
- More Good Words: Practical Activities for Mourning
- More Good Words: Grief in the Workplace
- Good Words Booklets