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Lewis reflects on the fundamental issues of life, death and faith in the midst of loss. Brought together by tragedy, the fathers - Neill, Dan, Bruce, Karl, Joe, Steve, and Russ - forged an uncommon bond.
This book acknowledges how one can lose all sense of meaning in the universe and eventually regain his or her bearings. Over time, group meetings evolved into a forum for reinvention and transformed the men in unexpected ways.
Through the fathers' poignant interactions, The Group illustrates that while some wounds never fully heal, each of us has the potential to construct a new and meaningful future.
Rosenstein and Yopp, co-leaders of the support group, weave together the fathers' stories with contemporary research on grief and adaptation.
The Group traces a compelling journey of healing and personal discovery that no book has ever captured before. Written by a man whose mother, wife, and young daughter were killed in motor vehicle accident.
The men's touching efforts to care for their families, grieve for their wives, and reimagine their futures will inspire anyone who has suffered a major loss.. “The experience of loss does not have to be the defining moment of our lives.