No Time for Goodbyes: Coping with Sorrow, Anger, and Injustice After a Tragic Death
Offers advice for people who are trying to cope with the violent death of a loved one, looking specifically at the death of a daughter/son, brother/sister, mate/lover, or parent; and includes discussion of suicide, handling holidays, spirituality, professional counseling, coping with the criminal justice system, and financial issues.
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Your Grief Is Unique
Grief Following Tragedy
Death of a Daughter or Son
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