Giving a Voice to Sorrow: Personal Responses to Death and Mourning
Coming to terms with death is never easyhellip;.There are no rules for mourning. There is no time frame for grieving. At this intensely personal, deeply emotional time, each of us must find our own path to enduring loss.An intimate grief support group in book form, Giving a Voice to Sorrow is an exploration of unique ways many courageous individuals have -and that all of us can -shape and enact our grief through storytelling, personal ritual and memorials. Steve Zeitlin and Ilana Harlow provide an inspiring look at the creative and personal ways individuals and communities confront their own deaths and come together to celebrate the lives and memories of those they have losthellip;and find a balance between remembrance and letting go.
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