Over the past decade, the Angel Catcher Journal has helped thousands find meaningful ways to overcome the despair of losing a loved one.
Authors and activists Kathy Eldon and her daughter Amy devised this journal of remembrance and grieving after Kathy's son Dan died tragically in 1993. This revised and updated edition, designed to help those who've lost a loved one to cherish their memories and move forward, features a series of guided journal pages as well as a collection of evocative paintings.
“It's been almost six months since my dad died, and I feel like everyone has moved on except me. His death has really taken it's toll on me, I cry at the drop of a hat these days, I find myself struggling to make it through the day,and I feel a depression that I just can't shake. I feel alone in my grief, and that is compounded by the people around me telling me that I should "be over it” by now. I feel that I haven't even touched my pain yet. I saw this book at the bookstore and couldn't put it down. I read the introduction and started crying right there in the bookstore. The book explained in the Introduction what I was feeling but couldn't put into words. It is helping me cope with the death of the man I thought was immortal. I bought copies for everyone in my family." Erin (user review)
Kathy Eldon has worked as an art teacher, television presenter, magazine editor, journalist, media consultant and a television and film producer in Kenya, England and the United States. She is the CEO and Co-Founder, with her daughter Amy Eldon Turteltaub, of Creative Visions Foundation. The Creative Visions Foundation supports people, especially the young, who use media, technology and the arts to create awareness of social, environmental or humanitarian issues and effect positive change in local and global communities.
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