Holcomb, Jenene

H.E.A.L.I.N.G. – A Guide to the Grieving Process

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In the middle of her son’s tenth birthday party, Jenene Holcomb received the call. Her beloved husband, Lee, had received his diagnosis: an aggressive cancer of the liver with multiple tumors. How could she survive as the primary caregiver of her beloved husband while simultaneously nurturing two children?

Everyone eventually suffers loss—a spouse, a parent, a child, a weather disaster that takes a home, a divorce. No one is immune. In this book, Holcomb relates her personal story, offers her insights on the process of grieving, and shares her spiritual survival strategies.

About the Author

Jenene Holcomb is a widow with two grown children. She holds a B.A. in elementary education with a minor in vocal music, as well as an M.A. in counseling. Currently the director, teacher, and Colorado Preschool Program coordinator for her rural school district in southern Colorado, Jenene has taught for twenty-six years. She enjoys tennis, pickleball, and participating in community choir and theater productions. Future plans? More international adventures with her amazing friend and best travel partner, Ty!

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Weight .479 lbs
Dimensions 6.69 × .255 × 9.61 in



Holcomb, Jenene

1 review for H.E.A.L.I.N.G. – A Guide to the Grieving Process

  1. Rose

    Such a well-written book for anyone grieving from the loss of a loved one. Jenene bares her soul with the loss of her husband, and yet so much of what she spoke of helped me understand and move forward with the grief I’m experiencing with the recent loss of my 98-year old father. Many of the great quotes throughout the book will help anyone whether religious or not. I plan to share this book with a dear friend still grieving over the loss of their 25 year old son’s death 17 years later.

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