PRIMARY AUDIENCE: This book is written for people who have suffered the loss of a love either through death, divorce, a broken engagement, or the loss of any close, loving relationship.
Sooner or later loss of some kind comes to us all. When a person's heart is breaking, the overwhelming grief can threaten, not only their present, but also their future happiness. This book, however, shows how to resolve grief and affirms that there is hope for healing after the loss of a love. Packed with solid, action-oriented guidance, How to Mend a Broken Heart is a personal first aid manual for healing the loss of any meaningful relationship.
Andrea Fabry of "Midday Connections" said on the Moody Radio Network (WMBI Chicago), "How to Mend a Broken Heart is the best book on resolving loss and grief that I have ever read."
Joan from Kansas wrote: "I have just recently read the book How To Mend A Broken Heart. I lost my husband 18 months ago and there are no support groups in this area. This book has done more for me and has helped me more than any of the other books that I have read or even in the professional counseling that I have experienced. And excellent job of writing. I certainly will be recommending the book to everyone I meet that has suffered the lost of a spouse. Thank you so much."
A retired veterinary surgeon, former lecturer at the Royal Veterinarian College of London and at Cambridge, wrote: "I have gone through two divorces and have just read your book, How to Mend a Broken Heart. It is the most helpful counseling I have ever read."
Pastor Paul Baker from North Carolina wrote, "My precious wife of 56 years went home to be with the Lord...needless to say it was a great tragedy in my life. Some friends of mine gave a copy of your book,How to Mend a Broken Heart, to me. It was the most inspiring, helpful reading I ever received at this time of sorrow. I want to thank you personally for sharing the gift our blessed Lord gave to you."
Karen wrote, "I ordered two copies of each of your books: How to Mend a Broken Heart and You Can't Fly With a Broken Wing. I gave a copy of each book to my daughter who is going through a horrible divorce as her husband of 17 years decided upon turning 40 that he didn't want to be married anymore and is now playing around with what was a good friend of our daughter's. He has broken the hearts of not only my daughter but also of their two children, ages 15 and 9 years.
"How to Mend a Broken Heart is so encouraging and inspirational. I wanted to read the book with my daughter so that we could share together to help her in awful situation. Her faith in God is so strong and getting stronger every day. In fact, she is showing me things too. She still deeply loves her husband and would possibly reconcile with him, but if that doesn't happen, she is looking forward to doing what she needs to do for herself and the children—to heal and move on in their lives.
"Anyhow, I just wanted you to know that your book is so, so good. I have read it and re-read it, and I have already worn out one highlighter and almost another one. Thanks again for writing such a wonderful book. I will definitely recommend it to others who are hurting."
This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 17 July, 2010.