Ginger lives in SW Missouri with her husband, Ken, four Saint Bernards, two rescue dogs, three alpacas and a cat. She previously served in various capacities with a number of local hospices - volunteer and bereavement services, chaplain - and, most recently as Executive Director. Following her hospice career she and her husband managed several different retirement homes and senior living facilities. She has lead countless bereavement groups and classes and conducted bereavement workshops throughout the four-state area. She is available for workshops and facilitation of support groups.
If you've ever lost a loved one to death or you want to be of help to a friend who's experienced loss this book will provide practical help. Designed to be a journal that can be written in during the first year following it also directs the griever through the many important tasks of the journey through grief. Filled with practical suggestions, probing questions, and opportunities for self-expression it will assist in memorializing the loved one and in processing difficult emotions. A great book to gift to someone you love or get as a gift to yourself.