Five Cries of Grief: One Family's Journey to Healing After the Tragic Death of a Son
by Merton P. Strommen, A. Irene Strommen (Contributor), Irene Strommen


Highly recommended by a GriefNet member.

Ingram review:

On August 12, 1986, 25-year-old David Strommen was struck and killed by a bolt of lightning. Out of his parents' grief came a journey toward healing--a journey chronicled in this book that can provide strength, insight and renewal for others.

Review by a reader from Iuka, MS USA:

My mother and my oldest son (who was 24 years old)were killed in an automobile accident seven months ago. Most books I have read on coping with the death of a child have been written by parents who have lost much younger children. In this book the child was 25 years old. I was able to relate to the parents who were the authors of this book. I recommended this book to a friend who wanted to purchase a book for a loved one who had lost a child. I also plan to purchase additional copies of this book to give to others who have lost a child. If you have lost a child, particularly an adult child, I highly recommend this book.



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