Losing a Parent: Passage to a New Way of Living

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Harper Collins, Jun 21, 1991 - Self-Help - 160 pages
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Kennedy shares her own story of facing the loss of a parent and offers innovative strategies for healing and transformation.
 

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I got this book for my mom who recently lost her dad. She has said that this is an excellent book for anyone who has lost someone important in their lives doesnt need to be a parent. Great book and would recommend to anyone who is struggling with a loss. Read full review

Contents

A Journey Through Grief
1
The Bubble Bursts
4
The Stages
11
Creating a Sanctuary
14
The Dream that Broke the Impasse
19
The Power of Dreams to Heal
22
Keeping a Journal
29
Gleams of Another World
31
Saying Goodbye
71
The UpsideDown Space
76
Release
85
Talking Through Your Heart
94
Broken Glass Splintered Wood
99
Tending to Your Wounds
105
The Phone Call
113
The Living Parent Within You
120

Awakening the Inner Senses
38
Bridging the Worlds
45
Initiation
49
New Perspectives
55
No Resting Place
60
The Dance of the Sun and the Moon
124
The Music of Life 12 9
129
BIBLIOGRAPHY
131
INDEX
135
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About the author (1991)

Alexandra Kennedy, M.A. (LMFCC), whose father died of cancer in 1998, is a psychotherapist, lecturer, and workshop leader. She maintains a private practice in Santa Cruz, California.

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