My Personal Struggles With Grief

Author Interview
Carolyn Begley Daley Author Interview

Grief: the Beacon of Love is a collection of 12 notes which provide insight into how to cope with the loss of a loved one. Why was this an important book for you to write?

It was important to me to share my personal struggles with grief and the consequent health problems that I experienced. I thought these experiences would be of great benefit to all those who struggle with an undefined grief. The deaths from the pandemic underlined the need for defined coping skills in dealing with overwhelming world-wide grief.

What is a common misconception you feel people have about grief?

If we do not forgive others, we will not be forgiven. Matthew 6:15. God is love. I John 4:7-12

What is one piece of advice someone gave you that changed your life?

Grief The Beacon of Love Know God’s perspective on grief. He loves you through your joys and your sorrows. Accept Him as your Lord and your Saviour.

What do you hope is one thing readers take away from your book?

Grief will just go away if not discussed and processed.

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Grief has been my teacher for many years of its sorrows and joys, expounding on the way of love which leads us to the cross and God’s great love for us. I wonder what it is all about-this grief-these tears? If grief is my teacher, what do I need to learn? Grief is a journey of love that each of us has to walk alone. My tears drip, they drop, they flow and they contain my healing as I walk along my pilgrimage of grief that leads me to the joy of the love of God.


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