How to Survive the Loss of a Love

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Prelude Press, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 212 pages
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Completely revised and expanded to nearly twice its original size: the 2-million-copy national bestseller that is one of the most directly helpful and inspirational books available on the subject of loss--either by death or divorce--and emotional recovery.

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User Review  - Chelsea - Goodreads

Read this recently and am going through it again. It is not a story, it does have great advice and great poetry. I needed it! All of us go through the loss of a love some big and some small. Mine is ... Read full review

This book is the BEST!!!

User Review  - Mistdit - Walmart

I have purchased this book over and over again, and passed it on over and over again. It is the best book of its type I have ever seen, so I recommend it over and over to any and all my friends and acquaintances. Read full review


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About the author (1991)

Colgrove earned degrees in literature, foreign trade, special education, counseling and organizational psychology. She received her PhD from the University of Michigan.

Harold H. Bloomfield, M.D. is a Yale-trained psychiatrist and a respected leader in alternative medicine and integrative psychiatry. He is the best-selling author of "Making Peace with your Parents, Making Peace withn Yourself, Hypericum (St. John's Wort) & Depression, How to Heal Depression, How to Survive the Loss of a Love, " and "TM Transcendental Meditation." His books have sold more than seven million copies and have been translated into twenty-six languages. His work has been featured in every major media outlet, including "20/20, Oprah, Larry King, Good Morning America "and in "Time, Newsweek, the New York Times, Forbes "and "People." He lives in Del Mar, California.

McWilliams was a self-help pioneer who later became an advocate for medical marijuana.