After You Say Goodbye: When Someone You Love Dies of AIDS
A very personal approach to the grief, fear, discrimination, and outrage that frequently accompany a death from AIDS. With extensive experience counseling both gay and non-gay clients in all stages of HIV involvement, Los Angeles-based psychotherapist Paul Kent Froman offers practical, individual strategies and solutions to the often overwhelming emotional problems encountered by those dealing with the loss of a loved one from AIDS.
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when someone you love has died of AIDS
grieving without becoming a victim
depression and grief
CHAPTER s regaining emotional power
say goodbye to guilt
CHAPTER s conquering fear with action
PART TWO AIDS grief
when a family member has died
when your friend has died
when someone you care about is grieving
CHAPTER 1 saying goodbye
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