The Grieving Indian: An Ojibwe Elder Shares His Discovery of Help and Hope
Art was separated as a child, a World War II bombardier, a preacher and an alcoholic. For thirteen years, his addiction ruled him until he lost everything he loved and valued. He knew it was only a matter of months until alcohol would also take his life. Then in the nick of time, his wife took a desperate step that turned his life around, and Art was spared from being just another Indian statistic.
The Grieving Indian tells Art's story and the painful lessons he learned as he tried to rebuild his life. This is a powerful, healing book. Every non-native needs to read it for the depth of understanding it will give.
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