Responding to Loss: A Resource for Caregivers
Thanatologist Hansen (Barrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary) offers fellow caregivers an approach for dealing with loss, particularly loss brought about by breaks in attachments. Its key premises are that all functioning human beings have a freedom to respond to their circumstance, that there is a challenge to use this freedom in a responsible m
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Responding After the Break Has Taken Place
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