Picking Up the Pieces: Healing Ourselves After Personal Loss

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HarperPaperbacks, May 27, 1993 - Loss (Psychology) - 208 pages
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Does time really heal all wounds? No. People often fail to grieve fully and do not recover completely from personal loss. Drawing from her own painful experience of being paralyzed at 19, Hansen writes for everyone struggling with profound loss.

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Hansen, a paraplegic since age nineteen, was the first person in a wheelchair licensed by the state of Indiana to teach. She later received her Ph.D. and has been a professor of English for thirty-five years at Ball State University and the University of Cincinnati.

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