Living with an Empty Chair: A Guide Through Grief

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New Horizon Press Publishers, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 122 pages
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Living With An Empty Chair offers a moving and human approach to coping with the painful realities of a loved one's death. Since its original publication, the book has been praised by bereavement counselors, clergymen, psychologists and those touched by sorrow. In this new, expanded edition Dr. Temes has drawn from her extensive professional experience to expand the subject matter suggesting further ways to handle the stages of grief, living alone, restructuring families, exploring children's reactions and rebuilding one's life. It is a deeply moving, beautifully illustrated book which brings insight, comfort and sympathy to those who must contend with grief and that, of course, is all of us.

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Dr. Roberta Temes, a noted psychologist, lecturer and author. She is the founder of Grief Groups, a bereavement counseling service and is the author of The Empty Place. Dr. Temes appears frequently on radio and TV interviews throughout the United States and Canada and has been the subject of newspaper articles in The Boston Globe, Atlanta Journal Constitution and LA Times. She reside in Scotch Plains, New Jersey.

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