On the death of my son

an account of life after death
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The Aquarian Press, Distributed by Sterling Pub. Co. , Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England, New York, N.Y
Swain, Jasper., Swain, Mike., Spirit writings., Future
StatementJasper Swain ; edited by Noel Langley.
ContributionsLangley, Noel, 1911-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF1301 .S892 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination101 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1794476M
ISBN 100850307880
LC Control Number89193893
OCLC/WorldCa21305894

About the Author. DENNIS L. APPLE has worked to reclaim his faith, his marriage, and his personal sanity after the sudden death of his year-old son, Denny, in He has started several support groups and continues to counsel couples and individuals are grieving the loss of a loved one/5().

On The Death Of My Son book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. My son took his own life on 2/20/ This extraordinarily profound book has offered insight into the turmoil that we - the walking wounded survivors of suicide - experience.

It is a grief like no other with facets and pitfalls unique to this particular circumstance. This book offered insight and understanding that I deeply needed and sorely by: 8. On the Death of My Son: An Account of Life After Death.

SWAIN, JASPER & LANGLEY, NOEL (ed.). This was the first book I read after my son died. I don't know that there is a guide, but it helps knowing you are not alone.

It is a well written and thoughtful book/5. The book is hopeful and helpful to those who have suffered any loss from death, divorce, or separation. It gives promise of recovery and healing and learning to live with the terrible event.

Written inMY SON MY SON is now in its 18th printing. I just finished Dennis Apple’s life after the death of my son: what i’m learning. On the death of my son book read this book faster than any other grieving book I’ve owned except for Good Grief,which is so small it hardly counts.

Dennis and Buelah Apple’s son Denny died on this day in The sudden death of my son has shown me how the landscape of a moment, a day, a life, can be forever altered in the blink of an eye. On that tragic day, the day my son died by suicide — I realized anything could happen.

If that can happen, I would never be surprised by anything else. Feeling low after an anniversary of my son’s death yesterday- 15 months- at work I read this and said yes and gave me hope. I believe in the power of love, and God is love. how else would I be blessed with a son for 22 11/12 years.

Thank you for sharing, helping me to see Nick is not gone and be comforted. These death of a son quotes prove to be helpful in this time of despair. They express the immense grief in the loss of the child. These can also be pieces of condolences to extend sympathy in the loss.

Quotes about Losing Your Precious Son. Love for your son remains forever. Life After the Death of My Son shares a glimpse of the unspeakable pain, helplessness, frustration, and eventual healing that Dennis and his wife, Buelah, have experienced over the last 16 years.

Using excerpts from his journal, which he began the day after Denny died, Dennis explores the dark, lonely road of grieving for a child.5/5(5). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: American ed. published under title: From my world to yours: a young man's account of the afterlife.

The Suicide Of My Son by Trudy Carlson - published by Benline Press () After the suicide death of her teenage son Ben, Trudy Carlson sheds light into the little-understood symptoms of depressive illness and anxiety disorders in youngsters. The death of his son robbed him of that belief. This reaction isn’t uncommon; losing a child feels like the ultimate violation of the rules of life.

Surviving the death and loss of a child takes a dedication to life. As a parent, you gave birth to life as a promise to the future.

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Description Life After the Death of My Son Even though years have gone by and life has moved on, Dennis Apple still struggles with living in a world without his son. These pages share a glimpse of the unspeakable pain, helplessness, and frustration parents experience when their child dies.

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Even though she was 48 years old, she was still my daughter” Other parents who have experienced the death of an adult child often echo Jean’s comment and report that they feel a.

Beginning right after the sudden death (from mononucleosis) of his year-old son, Dennis Apple began journaling his soul-searing questions, his frustrations with friends and family, his anger and disappointment with God, and his emotional and spiritual battles.

Each time he filled one journal he would add it to the stack in the storage closet. There are few books that address the weight of guilt and shame that a grieving mother carries with her after the loss of her child.

The deep feeling of failure that accompanies child loss can be heart, mind and soul crippling. No matter the age or cause of death, no matter the story, this book is.

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Life gives us pain. Our job is to experience it fully. In recent years when I mistakenly thought my tough losses were behind me, it was upended by the sudden death of my year-old son, David.

My son passed away at the age of 29 years old, and I felt inspired to write this poem in memory of Matthew.

This poem comes straight from my heart -- a grieving mother's heart. I also wanted to share this poem with people who have lost a son and understand the unbearable pain that our hearts go through/5(). My husband died of a sudden heart attack in his sleep.

My younger sister died of cancer. I lost both of my sons — my younger one to an accident, and my older one who died of a substance use disorder. My husband’s, younger son’s and sister’s deaths were considered socially acceptable to grieve. He lives peacefully with his wife Kate and his son Chris, but had another son Larry who died in a plane crash during the war.

The death of their eldest son, Larry, during the war has completely. When my kids were very young, toddlers, one of their favorite books was a book called Do’s and Don’ts.

It was about right and wrong, good and bad, do and don’t do. Now in my 60’s, with the unthinkable loss of my child, I was introduced to a world that tested not only myself and what I believed to be true, but how the world around my.

Forty days is a long time to brood over worst-case scenarios: murder, kidnap, dissociative fugue cycled through my addled mind. I gave in to despair but always managed to buoy myself up with hope. My mom was my best friend, and at twenty years old, I needed her too much to lose her.

She simply had to come home. Six weeks later, my brother called. FROM THE AUTHOR. My Son and the Afterlife is a book of hope, not of sadness. It’s the hope that we are eternal beings. It’s the hope that the loved ones that we’ve “lost” aren’t really gone and that our relationship with them can continue, even grow.I started my journey, not from a place of hope, but of despair and disbelief.

This book was written by Dennis Apple in17 years after the death of his year old son from complications of mono on February 6, At the time of his son’s death and also at the time of writing this book, Dennis was a staff pastor at a large church in Kansas.

"My son lived for seven weeks after he was born via emergency c-section at 26 weeks. Breathing on his own was impossible but I thank god I had him because I didn't know I could get pregnant. Thank goodness I ran across this article at 4 am because I haven't been sleeping at all since his death - just naps.

My son, Daniel, died three years ago at the age of When people ask me, “How When people ask me, “How are you?,” that pause, that inflection, tells. But I had done my grieving in the months before my father’s death, as he gradually evaporated before my eyes.

I experienced the “ambiguous loss” that Pauline Boss describes in her book of. Professor Snape’s death in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was hands down THE SADDEST of all the Harry Potter character deaths, and is probably also up there as one of the saddest book.

My mother lived out of state and chose not to visit for the birth of my son, but did that matter? Of course not. Any time she could think of a reason to be mean, she would contact me.

Yet I still let her meet my son because she was my mother, and. The look of my faith may be changing in light of Jack’s death, as I step back from what I saw as my work and my effort of growing closer to God and being a good Christian, but God hasn’t.