And not one bird stopped singing: coping with transition and loss in aging

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Upper Room Books, Sep 15, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 112 pages
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And Not One Bird Stopped Singing guides us through grieving all the events that take meaning from our lives so we can learn to live again. Doris Moreland Jones draws from her clinical pastoral background and own personal experience with grief.

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The second part of this book offers very specific ideas on how to work through aspects of grieving, including DENIAL, EMOTIONAL RELEASE, DEPRESSION, PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS, PANIC AND ANXIETY, GUILT (real ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Amputation without Anesthesia
15
When the Bottom Rail
29
Copyright

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