Earl Grollman is still the master of consolation. Every word of this little book is a polished jewel. --Harold S. Kushner, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People
"Rabbi Grollman has been an unfailing source of wisdom for many years. Now, in his latest book, he crowns his work with profound insight, with simplicity, beauty, and compassion. Living with Loss, Healing with Hope
is an invaluable resource for mourners. . . . I cannot recommend it highly enough." --Rabbi Chaim Stern, editor of Gates of Repentance
"In this unique volume, Earl Grollman provides mourners with specific Jewish guideposts to move them from grief and despair to measure relief and hope. His insights will help readers to reshape their lives." --Paul Menitoff, executive vice president, Central Conference of American Rabbis
"Rabbi Grollman's. . . . book is a comfort to those still in the throngs of loss-to the person whose mind travels like a butterfly, flitting between memories, navigating diverse emotions. . . . it feeds the heart and soul." --The Jewish Chronicle of Pittsburgh
"In this slim volume, Rabbi Grollman, a prolific writer and sage bereavement counselor, offers the essence of Jewish wisdom concerning the death of loved ones." --Moment --This text refers to the Paperback edition.