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Reflections from the Soul

Reflections from the Soul 

UPLIFTING - REFRESHING - POWERFUL

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I was inspired to reflect on the loss of my son in a different light and take necessary steps toward gentle healing." —Dr. Susan Archibald


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The death of a loved one can often feel like being in the midst of a raging storm, alone on a tiny boat in the middle of the ocean. The shore of calm and joy is elusive and there are unpredictable, intense moments of sadness and emptiness and even riptides of anger that leave you shaken, isolated, and lost. The anguish of grief is expected when you have cared for someone you love, but you can navigate your way back to the shore, restore your joy, and reclaim your peace.  

Reflections from the Soul serves as compassionate compass to guide you on the journey as you seek to understand, express, heal, and reconcile your pain and loss. You do not have to travel alone. Dr. Green offers you a soul-map to help you discover meaning in the madness, safety in your sorrow, and create peace and purpose from your pain. Reflections from the Soul lovingly invites you to acknowledge your personal feelings and to accept your sorrow as a normal response to your loss.

 


 

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About Dr. Eboni Green 

Dr. Eboni I. Green is a registered nurse and family caregiver. She holds a PhD in human services, with a specialization in health care administration. She currently serves as faculty for the College of Health Sciences, where she teaches graduate courses in the health care administration program. Green has extensive experience focusing on caregivers' health and wellness, with an emphasis on caregiver stress, burnout, and related family conflicts. Green has contributed to a number of publications and given presentations that focus on training, assessing, and supporting caregivers throughout their caregiving journeys. Green is a published author and has written three books focusing on family caregiving: At the Heart of the Matter Caregiving in the New Millennium, and Reflections from the Soul. 

  

  

Endorsements   

 

"Powerful…breathe in life—all of it—the losses and the celebrations." 

Amazing! I am in awe of how eloquently Dr. Green expresses the feelings we all have when losing a loved one. I especially love the steps, acknowledge your feelings, be inspired, and reflect deeply so that you can heal (AIR). Reflecting upon them and putting the steps into practice will help my soul gain confidence to move forward toward an enriched life. 

Carol Marak, Elder  

Orphan Advocate and editor at Seniorcare.com 

  

 

"Uplifting…I gained a holistic understanding of grief and how important it is to stop fighting the emotional riptides that accompany sadness." 

When living the odyssey of life, all people can experience a broken soul when losing a loved one because death is the incurable final chapter in the book of life. When searching for the framework of cathartic grief recovery, I highly recommend Dr. Eboni Ivory Green's book Reflections from the Soul, so the therapeutic recovery steps seem shorter rather than longer when walking on a recovery road and redefining your inner self.  

Rob McClenahan,  

Social Media Specialist at Right at Home 

  

 

"Explorative…This book inspired me to reflect and appreciate the meaning of the life with my husband, Reggie, who died in 1995. I was his caregiver for two years prior to his death."  

As president of the International Caregivers Association, I know firsthand the meaning of loss. I hear about the sadness of losing a close spouse or close family member to Alzheimer's/dementia on a daily basis. Grief from losing a loved one is never easy. Much comfort and encouragement can be gained by reading this book. Answering the questions will help readers to achieve clarity so they can move on. Finally, this book helps readers to realize that although death takes your loved one away, death cannot take the loving memories the person has left behind. Those memories are stored in your heart. 

Dr. Éthelle G. Lord, 

President at the International Caregivers Association 

  

 

I wish I had a copy of this book when I lost my thirty-nine year-old son to an accidental drowning. I was shattered by the loss and felt I had to be everyone else's rock. Looking back, I can see how valuable it would have been to have had this journal to guide me through my grief. Dr. Green's soft, encouraging words would have been just the right touch to help me find my future by communing with those around me instead of greedily keeping my grief to myself. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is facing a loss. Rather than tell you what to do, Reflections from the Soul guides you toward finding yourself. It is a wonderful book. 

Susan Archibald, PhD 

Academic Department Chair, Kaplan University 

Author of the Dissertation Study: A Study of Grief Issues in Grandparents Raising Grandchildren 

  

  

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