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Grieving—A Mother’s Point of View

Psychologists, religious leaders, grieving counselors and groups, use this book of poetry to help to ease the pain of the loss of a loved one. It has found its mark with hundreds of people who have lost a loved one. It is a poignant, inscribed, loving gift given by family and friends to people who have lost a loved one due to their passing or sometimes when an important relationship ends.

This book of poetry helps ease the pain of the loss of a loved one. Judith Goffin writes about her first year of grieving following the death of her adult son. The chronology of the year helps readers through the grieving process. The poetry text will reassure readers that they are not alone and that others have had similar experiences.

The book is intended for an individual to read alone. It speaks directly to the person, touching on all areas of loss and the ability to survive that loss.


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What People Are Saying “It touched my heart and brought tears to my eyes,” “Thank you so very much for your book. It reached many areas in my life.” “You used the words in my heart and put them in print.” “It helped me to know that others have experienced a loss and feel as I do and that I am not alone.” “The book is sensitive and beautiful and fills a need for many people.” “It is such a blessing that you were able to express this heartfelt experience. I admire your strength, courage and love.” “I was going to sit down and read one poem -- and didn't get up until I finished the entire book. It's beautifully done.” “Your book touched me deeply--I knew I was not alone. As I read the words that you had written, I felt relieved knowing that what I was experiencing in my grief for a loved one, I found you had experienced the same emotions that I felt.” Media Reviews Toluca Lake, CA - The Tolucan Times- Canyon Crier wrote “Year-long Chronology of Poetry Serves as a Catalyst for Healing.” Grieving- A Mother’s Point of View is a sensitive, caring book. In an interview with Editor Carol Osmon of Not Born Yesterday, a senior publication, Osmon quoted part of one of Goffin’s poems-- “They say that time heals everything, but “they” are wrong. Life heals everything.” And Osmon said, “Judy deals with life using her inner-strength, perseverance and love.” West Coast Jewish News told readers that Grieving-A Mother’s Point of View is a book for individuals to read alone as it speaks directly to the person who seeks inspiration through poetry. The Orange County Register columnist, Jane Glenn Haas said, “Long poems, short verses, some rhyming and others not-- they are gathered into Goffin’s book with honest emotions and love. This is her first self-published book, but there will be others to help people go through life’s adversities.” The loss of her 41-year-old son prompted Judith Goffin to write an intimate, yearlong chronology of poetry to help others through their grieving process. Grieving–A Mother’s Point of View is a book of poetry to help ease the pain of the loss of a loved one–in this case an adult son. It is a chronology of a year in the grieving process. The poetry text will reassure readers that they are not alone and that others have had similar experiences. The book is intended for an individual to read alone. It speaks directly to the person, touching on all areas of loss and the ability to survive that loss.

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