About the book

The concept of this dynamic book was given to Author Deborah Juniper-Frye in 2020.  But it wasn’t until October 2021 when she received the book title and the vision for this legacy piece.  The collaboration of Grief Through His Eyes will be composed of heartache, trials, trauma, unforeseen road blocks, and so much more.  Come alone side this 5X Amazon Best-Selling Author, as she introduce these 11 Courageous Co-Authors, who will share their story of endurance, overcoming, and resilience.   According to SocialWorkToday.com, there is evidence that men are more likely than women to remain silent or grieve in isolation, engage in action-oriented forms of grief expression, or lose themselves in distractions, such as work or throwing themselves into a new relationship. It’s time to bring the men into the conversation, to “Seeing Grief From Their Point Of View”. Get ready to be entangled with each heart tugging story that will be full of inspiration, authenticity, and hope! 🧡

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About The Author

Cornell Cary

Cornell Cary is a retired Insurance Agent and has worked in this field for over 32 years. He has taught for several years as an adjunct professor at Saint Leo University and is currently employed with the Chesapeake Public School System. He has earned a B.S. degree in Economics
from Old Dominion University, a B.S. degree in Marketing from Norfolk State University, as well as, a MBA in Marketing from Strayer University. Cornell is an alumnus of Project Inclusion, which is an organization under the direction of Hampton Roads’ United Way. Project Inclusion trained minorities for several weeks to be able to sit on boards for non-profit organizations. In addition, he is an active member of the Berkley Confidence Communicators Toastmaster Club.

Cornell has a passion for reading, listening to music, gardening, and keeps active with walking several miles each day. He loves touching the lives of youth and has served over 30 years in the Youth and Family Services at Calvary Revival Church, Norfolk, Virginia. He has enjoyed serving as a Christian Education Teacher for the first through fifth graders.

“My father was a good provider. However, I can’t recall my father spending much time with me. He wasn’t a father who would show love by saying I love you or hugging you.”

Grief Through His Eyes Book - Deborah Frye

BOOK RELEASE JUNE 18, 2022

Contact

For inquiries regarding Grief Through His Eyes Book please contact Deborah Frye at info@griefcareconsulting.com

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