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No Time Out from Grief: Surviving the Death of My Son [Paperback]

Terri Huber , John Huber , Chuck Weswig
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Feb. 1 2000
Surviving the death of her son defined the author's life for the past five years. No Time Out From Grief is her story of the battle and victory over suicidal feelings and despair. It shows the path of learning to cope with the constant sorrow of her beloved son's death while at the same time trying to create a new life- one that does not include his physical presence. It is written most particularly for the bereaved parent who has lost the will to continue on. It is her wish is that this book will give hope where there is none.

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About the Author

Terri Huber is a wife, mother, homemaker and businesswoman residing in Tigard, Oregon for the last twenty-five years. This is her first venture into the field of writing.

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4.0 out of 5 stars No Time Out from Grief April 4 2000
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I found the book very compeling and my heart went out to the author and her family. The main point I received from the journels were don't forget our family and don't forget my son. I see how very important it is for the families to discuss their loss and remember to them their loved one. Don't be afraid to talk about someones life, they love knowing that you remember.
The book was very emotional but every bit worth reading. It helped me better understand the griefing process and the overwheming pain of loosing a child.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Review by health-care provider April 10 2000
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No Time Out From Grief is an exceptional book and valuable contribution to grief literature. I highly recommend it for the newly bereaved, and especially for newly bereaved parents. Terri and John Huber offer testimony to the healing power of love and hope.One minute at a time, one foot in front of the other, this family learned to survive the tragic death of their son, and readers will gather strength from their story.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Review by health-care provider April 10 2000
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No Time Out From Grief is an exceptional book and valuable contribution to grief literature. I highly recommend it for the newly bereaved, and especially for newly bereaved parents. Terri and John Huber offer testimony to the healing power of love and hope.One minute at a time, one foot in front of the other, this family learned to survive the tragic death of their son, and readers will gather strength from their story.
4.0 out of 5 stars No Time Out from Grief April 4 2000
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Format:Paperback
I found the book very compeling and my heart went out to the author and her family. The main point I received from the journels were don't forget our family and don't forget my son. I see how very important it is for the families to discuss their loss and remember to them their loved one. Don't be afraid to talk about someones life, they love knowing that you remember.
The book was very emotional but every bit worth reading. It helped me better understand the griefing process and the overwheming pain of loosing a child.
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