Courage to Grieve: Creative Living, Recovery and Growth Through Grief
by Judy Tatelbaum - £9.99 Vermilion (1993) paperback
ISBN 13: 9780749309367 | ISBN 10: 0749309369
Pround loss and disappointment are emotions that each of us will experience at some point in our lives. Loss is one of the most difficult experiences to come to terms with. The Courage To Grieve explores how we can deal with every kind of grief and reveals:
How grief manifests itself in many ways, ranging from anguish, exhaustion, emptiness, resentment, longing, tension, confusion, sleeplessness and sometimes the temporary loss of the will to live
How we can help ourselves and others to cope with the immediate experience of death and the grief that follows
How children and adults cope with grief in different ways
What we should do mentally and physically to prepare ourselves for loss and bereavement
How grief can transform our lives in unexpected ways, encouraging joy and growth
This book offers spiritual, optimistic, creative, and practical guidance, and shows us how to live with courage, not fearing death.
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