Healing During Loss
The Rainbows of Memories Method
Loss hurts. But you are not alone. Barbara L. Warren designed The Rainbows of Memories Method after the death of her husband Bill.
Healing During Loss: The Rainbows of Memories Method features real stories of loss, hope, and of healing. You’ll even discover your own personal rainbow road map.
A Discussion Guide for Reading Groups explores journaling, memories, and other topics.
Thanatologist Art Nanna, Ph.D., in the introduction calls Healing During Loss: The Rainbows of Memories Method , “a sound, practical approach to dealing with grief and loss. This book can also be a powerful source of personal growth.”
About the Author
Barbara L. Warren is a writer, photographer, and educator living in Arizona. After her husband Bill died, she designed and taught classes ranging from journaling to writing memories at RV resorts.
A Massachusetts native, Barbara moved to Arizona to follow her dream. After enjoying her work as women’s editor of the Prescott Courier, Barbara teamed with fourth-generation Arizonan Karen Perkins to create Prescott Means… This personal journal about the Territorial Capital of Arizona features Karen’s pen-and-ink drawings.
Barbara expected to learn photography by osmosis when she married Bill, an award-winning photojournalist, but she had to sign up for his community college classes to master the craft. She expanded a darkroom assignment into Capture Creativity: Photographs to Inspire Young Writers. The boxed kit included 75 black-and-white photographs along with an instruction guide for teaching writing to gifted and talented students in grades K-12.
Barbara now is working on her upcoming book, Writing Your Life’s Stories.