Coping with Loss & Dealing with Grief: Surviving Bereavement, Healing & Recovery After the Death of a Loved One
ABOUT THIS BOOK
You know how devastating it is to lose a loved one. Coping with bereavement is a painful and bumpy journey with many twists and turns.
It helps to have an outline or rough roadmap along this painful and bumpy journey, with a few short stories sprinkled in just to illustrate certain points.
Have you lost a beloved? A partner, parent, special friend, a child or special pet?
I am so very sorry for your loss. Do you need to understand more about your feelings and, what bereavement is all about and why you don't feel like normal yourself?
There are ways to cope after losing a loved one. You may feel numb or find it hard to concentrate or share your grief and talk about. Facing the Christmas holidays or special occasions can be a challenge too.
- Are you feeling stuck, cannot think straight or need to seek professional help in dealing with your grief?
- Need comfort in Faith?
- Perhaps you are wondering whether to date again after a loss?
- Or lost a beloved special pet?
Giving yourself time; handling and overcoming bereavement is all part of the journey. This book covers all these aspects, questions and more.
No one should live in a painful, draining and negative state. An unhappy mindset and attitude to life after a loss can only lead to a downward spiral and possibly depression.
Coping with bereavement in a healthy way will enable you to slowly but surely get your life back into a positive light.
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Everyone’s journey through bereavement is a personal one. These comments are therefore very much my own. I was (still am) suffering great pain following the passing of my dear wife.
I hoped this book would help. It didn’t.
In one chapter it talks about healthy and unhealthy grieving. Reflecting after reading this chapter caused me great upset and anxiety. Indeed it was only after face to face counselling that I was able to get over the impact this chapter had. For me it made me feel I was grieving badly. I say again this is just how I felt - but be careful, when emotions are so raw it is easy to be hurt.