The Heart of Grief: Death and the Search for Lasting Love

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • I - Places in the Heart 1
  • Where Are They Now? 3
  • Living with Sadness 8
  • Carrying the Hurt 15
  • Longing for Their Return 22
  • Believing They Live On 28
  • Ghosts and Other Contacts 34
  • Loving in Separation 39
  • Good and Troubled Loving 42
  • Receiving Their Legacies 45
  • Giving Them Places in Our Hearts 50
  • Lasting Love Is Good for Them 54
  • Lasting Love Is Good for Us 59
  • Learning to Love in a New Way 63
  • II - Transitions to Lasting Love 65
  • Taking Leave and Opening Our Hearts 67
  • Missed Opportunities 74
  • Frozen Scenes 80
  • Investing Ourselves in Ceremonies 86
  • Choosing Our Own Ways 91
  • Conflicts about Ceremonies 97
  • III - Memories 105
  • Holding Them in Memory 107
  • Unfinished Business 112
  • Negative Ties That Bind Us 118
  • Horrific Memories 122
  • Memories and Dying Days 126
  • Remembering at the Time of Death 132
  • Fragile and Fleeting Memories 136
  • Incomplete and Partial Memories 142
  • Richly Meaningful Memories 147
  • The Dance Continues in Memory 153
  • IV - Practical Life 159
  • They Are with Us in Our Practical Lives 161
  • Acting on Promises 167
  • Using Their Advice and Counsel 172
  • Doing Things Their Way 177
  • Following in Their Footsteps 182
  • Making Their Cares and Interests Our Own 186
  • V - Life of the Soul: Returning Home 191
  • Loss and Soul Pain 193
  • Choosing How We Approach Our Hurt 198
  • They Are with Us in Our Souls 204
  • Meeting Them in Things They Leave Behind 209
  • Soul Food and Soul Music 214
  • Meeting Them in Familiar Places 218
  • Seeing Them in Others 222
  • Finding Our Roots in Their Life Stories 226
  • Touching Our Souls in Mysterious Ways 230
  • Learning to Be Soulful 235
  • VI - Life of the Spirit: Reviving Hope 243
  • Loss and Spiritual Pain 245
  • Their Spirits Are with Us 250
  • Resilience 257
  • Searching 263
  • Changing and Growing 268
  • Striving 272
  • Joy and Adventure 276
  • Afterword - Grief Is a Journey of the Heart 281
  • Acknowledgments 287
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