The Widow's Handbook: A Guide for Living

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Fulcrum, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 301 pages
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A down-to-earth, comprehensive and sensitive guide for dealing with the emotional and practical issues of the first two years of widowhood.

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Contents

The Funeral
11
The First Days
17
Emotional Support During Grief
23
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Carol Cozart was a traditional housewife and mother who devoted her life to her family. After the death of her husband, she took classes in gerontology and began a new career working with senior citizens in Denver. After the death of her husband, Charlotte Foehner moved her family across the country, changed careers, and began to learn financial investment strategies and tax preparation. She now makes her home in Denver.

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