Griefstruck: When a Death Changes Your Life

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AuthorHouse, Mar 29, 2005 - Self-Help - 268 pages
When you experience a significant loss, your world can be turned upside down. Nothing feels right or seems normal. The authors blend their extraordinary experiences in counseling, bereavement education and funeral service to coach you as your heal and transform your grief. With practical tips, thought-provoking journaling and inspirational stories, you explore critical relationships to loss, self, family and others. In the midst of mourning, there is an opportunity for growth and self-discovery. This book is designed for: newly bereaved individuals people with unresolved grief issues professionals who work with those who are ill, dying and bereaved those who care about grieving friends and family members anyone who has experienced or anticipates experiencing a loss

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About the author (2005)

Mary Ann Greene, M.P.S., M.S., LPC, is a licensed counselor. She has worked with grieving children and adults in both individual and group settings. She holds a Master’s degree in Pastoral Studies and a Master of Science degree in Counseling. She is a member of the Illinois Counseling Association and the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association.


Marguerite O’Connor, M.Ed., LFD, serves as Funeral Celebrant and Bereavement Educator.  She interacts with students, professionals and mourners, integrating education and experience to empower those coping with end of life and loss.  She is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling.


Mary Ann and Marguerite are co-authors and co-founders of GrieForum, LLC.  They offer bereavement education, resources, and interactive workshops.

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