Widow to Widow: How the Bereaved Help One Another
Widow to Widow shares the experiences of widows who have found comfort and continuity in mutual-help and community support programs. In the second edition of her pioneering text, Phyllis Silverman brings the success of the original widow-to-widow program into the 21st century, preparing a new generation of community leaders, clergy, counselors, hospice staff, social workers, and the widowed themselves to organize and implement mutual-help programs.
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Various Dimensions of Widowhood
Help in a MutualHelp Context
What Will Happen Next?
The Fruits of Help
Widowed with Dependent Children
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