How to Survive the Loss of a Love

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Prelude Press, 1991 - Psychology - 212 pages
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Completely revised and expanded to nearly twice its original size: the 2-million-copy national bestseller that is one of the most directly helpful and inspirational books available on the subject of loss--either by death or divorce--and emotional recovery.

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I HIGHLY Recommend this book to anyone who has suffered a loss of a spouse or other loved one. The first section shows you how to best use the book. The remaining sections are short easy to read 2 ... Read full review

How to Survive the Loss of a Love

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I had been given this book as a gift 28 years ago. It helped me so much going through a rough period of my life. I had a dear friend going through some personal problems of her own and wanted to ... Read full review

Contents

Inevitable Losses
8
SURVIVING
19
You Are Not Alone
26
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Colgrove earned degrees in literature, foreign trade, special education, counseling and organizational psychology. She received her PhD from the University of Michigan.

Harold H. Bloomfield, M.D. is a Yale-trained psychiatrist and a respected leader in alternative medicine and integrative psychiatry. He is the best-selling author of Making Peace with your Parents, Making Peace withn Yourself, Hypericum (St. John's Wort) & Depression, How to Heal Depression, How to Survive the Loss of a Love, and TM Transcendental Meditation. His books have sold more than seven million copies and have been translated into twenty-six languages. His work has been featured in every major media outlet, including 20/20, Oprah, Larry King, Good Morning America and in Time, Newsweek, the New York Times, Forbes and People. He lives in Del Mar, California.

McWilliams was a self-help pioneer who later became an advocate for medical marijuana.

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