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A Step-by-step Guide to Grief Recovery for Groups and Individuals

Veteran grief recovery support group organizer/facilitator and author Thomas Anonymous is ready to help those who are going through the darkest days in their lives. Passionate at what he does and committed to helping, he has written a book that will unfetter anyone who is stuck in the cycle of grief.


“A Crash Course in Grief Recovery: For Small Group Facilitators and Anyone Struggling with Grief” is a simple yet powerful read that really lives up to its title. It tackles various types of griefs and offers the most effective grief recovery programs belonging to certain groups: business and industry; Christ-centered programs or any Christian-related organizations; beauty shops; nursing homes; funeral homes; veterans groups; police and fire departments; youth leaders; meaningful life appreciation service; individuals; and, grieving children.

To attain best results, Anonymous highly encourages group facilitators to first determine the root of grief and then apply specific recovery programs when dealing with certain groups. Also, it must be kept in mind that not all individuals will have the same speed of recovery. Hence, there is a great need in taking notes of and tracking recovery progress. People have troubles. They take their troubles with them wherever they go. Grief accompanies all of the troubles. Using the principles in the book, a group can get to the root of almost any problem and resolve it successfully.

Practical measures paired with biblical verses, the book ensures a drastic shift of mindset from grief-stricken tunnel vision to a meaningful and profound one. As a result, grief is processed thoroughly or allayed effectively and thus the appreciation to life continues.

A new concept in grief recovery he combines the principles of grief recovery with the benefits of the support groups. “We all have problems or troubles and we take them with us wherever we go, work or school or everywhere,” says Anonymous. “With troubles come grief, grief recovery support group can get to the root of almost any problems such as divorce or serious illness.”

If you belong in a community or are a group facilitator that deals with handling sorrows and griefs, Thomas Anonymous’ “A Crash Course in Grief Recovery” is a must-have. Get a copy now by simply going to Amazon books:
“A Crash Course in Grief Recovery: For Small Group Facilitators and Anyone Struggling with Grief”
Written by Thomas Anonymous
Published by Trafford Publishing
Published Date: May 9, 2012
Paperback: $15.88
About the Author:

Thomas Anonymous is a third generation funeral service professional. He has helped many families plan meaningful life appreciation services for their loved ones. His commitment was always do everything for those he served as if the deceased were his own mother, father, wife or child. He organized and worked with many grief recovery support groups. Tom was a pioneer in teaching CPR. He once wrote that he was teaching the “stuff” before they knew what to call it. He was the first American Red Cross Instructor Trainer for CPR and Advanced First Aid in the state. He introduced medical oxygen and two way radio communications for ambulance service in his area. He founded and managed a volunteer food pantry, serving seven towns during an economic depression. He also implemented a disaster plan used as a model by many towns in preparation for Y2K. Tom is a committed Christian. He enjoys teaching Sunday School and writing. He often hikes and canoes with his wife Louise.

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