Why More Good Words?
Perfect for both individual and group use, More Good Words provides specific mourning activities that heal and offer hope in the pain of grief.
There is hope with grief. Hope comes from actively mourning the person, relationship, and life we have lost when someone we love dies.
More Good Words: Practical Activities for Mourning teaches that grief is an internal emotional response to loss, and mourning involves external actions that help us work through the grief. Although we always will miss the person who has died, we can find hope for living life fully through expressing our loss intentionally and meaningfully. More Good Words is full of useful activities that lead us through mourning purposefully in the emotional, spiritual, physical, cognitive, and social realms. This book also addresses practical ways to help dying loved ones that can ease some of our anticipated grief, as well as ways to prepare those we love for our own eventual deaths.
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