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Grieving a Soulmate: You Can Still Dance Together(January 25, 2012)
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) January 25, 2012
In the prevailing grief theory, the dead stay dead and the cure for a broken heart is to forget and detach. They could be wrong, says Robert Orfali author of the recently published book Grieving a Soulmate. In a soulmate relationship the ongoing love can be a cure for a broken heart. Orfalis cure is based on the idea of continuing love and continuing bonds with our dead soulmate. According to Orfali, You can continue to dance with your dead lover: the love affair simply goes on. However Orfali believes that for the love relationship to continue, the overwhelming pain of young grief must first be brought under control. He proposes a novel approach based on divide and conquer. Its about chunking the overwhelming grief into manageable buckets where it can be eradicated. Says Orfali, My Jeri seemed to magically reappear after I got rid of those horrible grief bursts. I could dance with my soulmate once again.
In his recently-released book Grieving a Soulmate: The Love Story Behind Till Death Do Us Part, Robert Orfali takes on the difficult topic of soulmate grief with courage, out-of-the box thinking, and deep love. Ranging from the practical to the emotionaland frequently blending the twoOrfalis style of writing makes a difficult topic easier to manage. He writes in an easy style that is analytical yet speaks from the heart. The content is thought-provoking, unique, and original. It can be a gentle and informed guide to the deep grieving that accompanies the death of a soulmate. This book should help a surviving soulmate (or spouse) quickly overcome the red-hot pain of grief. Its about how to reconstruct a life, find meaning, and deal with the big existential issues from a secular perspective. Its a survival guide for the last stages in a soulmate relationship.
Orfali writes in a straightforward, often bullet-pointed style, but infuses it with intellectual seriousness and emotional depth. The result is both a useful guide to end-of-life issues and a profound reflection on their meaning. A heartening testament to the ability of love to transcend loss."
Robert Orfali and his soulmate of thirty years, Jeri Edwards Orfali, were both in the computer software field in the early days of Silicon Valley. They co-authored three best-selling software books and together went on several world tours to promote their technology. Jeri was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, in 1999, shortly after they moved to Hawaii. Jeri and Robert spent the next ten years fighting Jeri's cancer and learning how to live with it. Jeri even learned how to surf during her chemo years. She went from Silicon Valley Executive Woman of the Year to Waikiki Surfer Chick. Jeri received one of the most moving surfer funerals ever. Her ashes are in the ocean at Waikiki.
Paperback: 280 pages
Publisher: Mill City Press, Inc.
Publication date: January 17, 2011
Paperback list price: $14.95
E-book list price: $ 6.99
Book and e-book available from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple Store, and others.
E-book formats include Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Nook, Android, and others.
Book website: http://www.GrievingaSoulmate.com.
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