You may have lost a best friend or loved one at some point in life—but the pain may still linger
If emotional pain from losing your best friend still affects you, how would you like to do something about it? How would you like to address it and finally, release it while remembering the ‘best’ of your memories with your friend? If so, you may discover a renewal of your faith and positive emotions with this latest book by Frosty Wooldridge: Losing Your Best Friend: Vacancies of the Heart.
While Wooldridge writes mainly about adventures around the world, his recent book deals with a topic that touches all of us at some point in life: loss of a best friend or loved one.
In our high speed society, 20 million Americans change addresses annually. By leaving a locale, they leave their best friends. Few authors have addressed this topic until now. You will discover heartwarming personal histories of regular folks that have lost their dads, their high school buddies, college friends or lifetime companions via war, other tragedies, booze, accident or argument.
Wooldridge brings you ‘moments’ you will be able to identify with in your own life
? Losing your best friend to his best friend—booze
? Arguing yourself out of a friendship; how to change course
? Losing your dad via early heart attack; how to heal
? Losing your best friend because your mate dislikes him
? Arguments over religion and politics; how to avoid
“I don’t usually cry, but I cried at some of the histories of the people in this book because their stories are my story. I lost my dad at an early age. My best friend in high school dropped out of my life. This book answered several of my life-long emotional aches.” Frank Archer
Wooldridge brings you ‘moments’ you will be able to identify with, and learn how to deal with loss through their experiences. The personal histories touch on every aspect of losing a best friend. Wooldridge makes it easier for you to understand, adapt and liberate your feelings whether you lost a friend 20 years ago or one month ago. I highly recommend this book.
No one leaves this planet without losing a best friend—but you can release the hurt
Wooldridge said, “I lost my father while still in my teens. I lost my best friend in war time. I lost my brother via disease. I’ve wept at funerals or in divorce court with my friends. This book offers solutions for easing the pain and bringing a sense of release for anyone that has suffered the loss of a friend or loved one.”
“Losing Your Best Friend covers one of the most ignored emotional issues in America today. Our high speed society causes 20 million American households to change addresses annually. Few appreciate the emotional drama caused by friends losing touch with each other. This book not only addresses different aspects of losing your buddy but it gives ideas on how to heal yourself when you lose a dear friend.” Glen Hamilton
Losing Your Best Friend — Vacancies of the Heart
You may keep the book or gift it to a friend!
Iron-clad satisfaction guarantee
This book offers a money-back guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with its content and solutions—you may write Frosty Wooldridge at: POB 207, Louisville, Co 80027 for a full refund by check from the author.
Praise for the book:
“This is one heck of a powerful book! It’s a must read for anyone that has lost a friend or parent. It will give you answers that you may not have thought about. It will touch your heart and you will learn from their experiences. It also shows you what you can do if you suffer conflict with your friend’s wife or girlfriend.” Jonathan Runy
Whether you or a friend might find comfort in this ‘self-help’ book on loss of friendship, you will discover compelling wisdom and actions to leave your pain or anguish in your rearview mirrors. Release yourself toward positive thinking, feeling and understanding.
“I couldn’t put this book down! I have lived a lifetime of my thinking that I had lost several of my friends because it was my fault. Finally! Somebody wrote about the pain of losing a friend as well as the deeper meanings of friendships. I highly recommend this book!” Howard Jones
How this book will benefit you!
? How to move past your emotional pain
? Know that you are not alone
? Methods for gaining new perspectives
? See how others handled their losses
? How to gain new friendships
Losing Your Best Friend: Vacancies of the Heart by Frosty Wooldridge
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