Grieving: How to Go on Living when Someone You Love Dies

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Lexington Books, 1988 - Psychology - 330 pages
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A practicing psychologist defines grief as the normal, expected, and healthy response to loss and provides a realistic appreciation for the pain, frustration, and difficult work required to overcome grief

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How to go on Living When Someone You Love Dies

User Review  - chelseamagoo123 -

The information is pretty random. Not very reader friendly for someone who is heartsick and grief stricken Read full review

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User Review  - corgidog2 - LibraryThing

Excellent book for those who read and who can use help to get through the stages of a loss of a loved one. Read full review


What Is Grief?
How Grief Affects You
What Factors Influence Your Grief

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