Five Cries of Grief: One Family's Journey to Healing After the Tragic Death of a Son

Book, 1996, 106 pp
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On August 12, 1986 twenty five year old David Strommen was struck and killed by a bolt of lightning. The tragedy sent his parent reeling with grief. Out of that grief came a journey toward healing; a journey that is chronicled in this extraordinary book.

The Strommens encountered five cries of grief: The cry of pain from the awareness of their devastating loss; the cry of longing, from missing their son; the cry for supportive love, from the extreme sense of vulnerability they experienced; the cry for understanding, as they tried to attribute meaning to a meaningless loss; and the cry for significance, as they strove to see some good result from this tragedy.

As they wrote accounts of their journey, they recognized that the grief of a father may differ significantly from that of a mother. Their stories, voiced in alternating chapters launch a journey that can provide strength, insight, and renewal for all who experience the heartbreak of a loved one's death.
TypePrint
AudienceAdults
LanguageEnglish
Publisher1517 Media

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