Grief. We avoid talking about it. We avoid thinking about it. However, every one of us who lives long enough will experience it. Since you are interested in this, you are likely experiencing grief at this moment. It is also likely you’ve given little thought as to how you were going to cope with grief when it came to you, and the pain caught you off guard.
In Grief 2 Growth, Brian Smith explores what grief is, what you can expect while in grief, and how you can best cope with the universal human experience of grief. Grief is not an emotion. Grief is a container for a myriad of emotions that ebb and flow. Rather than a linear process, grief is more like a dance. Once Brian has explained what grief is and what you can expect from grief, Brian gives simple, practical methods for coping. You can do more than deal with grief. You can transform your pain into an opportunity for growth. When a great tragedy befalls us, we can see ourselves as either planted or buried. Being buried means we are done. Being planted means, we are in a position where growth is about to take place. Brian’s approach to handling grief is rooted in a firm understanding of who we are as spiritual beings having a human experience.
About the author:
Brian became well acquainted with grief in 2015 after the sudden passing of his 15-year-old daughter, Shayna. Brian first learned how to survive for the sake of his wife and surviving daughter. Brian studied in depth the nature of life and death and how to progress through grief. Currently, Brian does volunteer work with organizations dedicated to helping parents heal from the passing of a child. Brian also operates a life coaching and small business consulting practice.
What listeners say about Grief 2 Growth: Planted, Not Buried.
Reviews - Please select the tabs below to change the source of reviews.
- DAISY W.
As a newly bereaved parent, the book was very informative and hopeful. Thank you Brian for sharing your story and grief journey. Truth!
- Leslee S. Lukosh
Helpful handbook on grief.
This little book is full of bite sized pieces of digestible information on managing grief.