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Combining the wisdom of experts with testimonies from those who have traveled paths of loss, these programs are a source of hope and healing that can be used over and over again – in small group settings, by professional counselors and therapists, and by individuals. This exclusive set gives you a  comprehensive collection of resources to help minister to those grieving.

Titles include:

The Transforming Power of Caregiving: Returning to Life after Caregiving Ends
Whether you have cared for your loved one for one year or many, when it ends, it will feel abrupt. The life and routine that have become yours, suddenly comes to an end with a finality that is painful on many levels. We face the double sorrow of the death of our loved one as well as the ending of our primary purpose and role in life. Your focus was on someone else, and the thought of shifting that focus to yourself – may be scary. Many factors go into the development of new identity after the death of a loved one. It is okay to feel inadequate, overwhelmed, and to ask for help in facing the unfamiliar. As we walk through the process of rebuilding our lives we find that life may turn out to be completely different, new, even exciting. It is important to give ourselves permission to experience these things and be willing to look toward the future.

Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer's: An Emotional Journey
This dynamic program offers insight, hope, and understanding for anyone who cares for a loved one with Alzheimer's. This disease without cure currently afflicts more than 30 million people and there are no treatments to halt its progression, making caregiving both essential-and difficult. Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer's is divided into 12 topics and features interviews with experts and the insights of a real Alzheimer's support group.

Grieving the Sudden Death of a Loved One
When someone we love suddenly dies, we are stunned. We had no preparation and no time to gradually absorb the reality that our world was about to change dramatically. Because this type of loss is so disruptive, recovery almost always is complicated. This video is for those who have suffered a sudden loss through a medical disruption, suicide, homicide, accident, military death, or an unexplained death. Through expert advice and personal testimony, this program will offer support and encouragement for rebuilding your life after such a devastating loss.

Helping Children Grieve
This profound new video resource offers helpful information to adults (parents, caregivers, professionals) on how to help children of all ages grieve with hope and heart. You will meet two experts: Khris Ford and Paula D'Arcy, whose personal experiences with the death of loved ones give them intimate knowledge and compassion. And you will meet others who are now in the process of helping their children through grief.

Loving Someone with an Addiction
Living with an addiction is both heartbreaking and exhausting. Family members are torn between how to help the addict and how to avoid supporting the addiction. Through interviews with experts and with families who have experienced the addiction of a loved one, this video will offer hope-filled support in the form of practical information, advice from others who have been there, and the power of shared experiences.

 
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