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The results are positive. The plane crashes. The pandemic hits. Your world—maybe even the whole world comes to an abrupt halt. How do you keep going? How do you process the emotions? And more than that, how do you find a new normal in the world you emerge into?
The world may be restarting and opening its doors, but the effects of the grief, isolation, anxiety, and anger are anything but over.
In this brief but powerful book, Dr. H Norman Wright, Christian grief and trauma therapist and author of Experiencing Grief, along with co-author, Bryn Edwards, help readers to process through the emotional toll that the pandemic shut-down has taken, and gives readers practical tips, tools, and exercises to not only re-enter the world stronger, but better prepared to handle the unexpected.
Even in the midst of chaos, we can still find hope and find peace. “Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you believe, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit,” (Romans 15:13, CSB).
About the Author
H. Norman Wright, author of more than 90 books, is a Christian grief and trauma therapist. He has helped thousands of people deal with grief, tragedy, and other concerns through books such as Experiencing Grief, The Complete Guide to Crisis and Trauma Counseling, and When it Feels Like the Sky is Falling. Dr. Wright has conducted community wide Grief Recovery seminars and Trauma and Crisis training throughout the country. www.hnormanwright.com
Bryn Edwards has worked as office manager and personal assistant to Dr. Norman Wright since 1989. She has edited his books since 1998 and contributed to Recovering from the Losses in Life and Missing the Child You Love. She has been a research editor for When the Past Won’t Let You Go and How to Keep Your Brain Young.