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Grief Therapy

Grief Therapy
The death of a loved one has a powerful impact on a persons life. But the surrounding world often expects survivors to move quickly beyond their loss, to 'just snap out of it.'
Our Price: £4.50
ISBN/EAN: 9781910365557
Stock: 1
Publisher: St Pauls Publishing
Author: Karen Katafiasz
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The death of a loved one has a powerful impact on a persons life. But the surrounding world often expects survivors to move quickly beyond their loss, to 'just snap out of it.' A wise and sensitive dissenting voice, Grief Therapy demonstrates how the grieving process takes time and deserves attention. This classic guide, now in a newly updated edition, reassures those who grieve that out of their pain can come profound, transforming healing. Inspired by the mission of the monks of Saint Meinrad Archabbey, written by many caring authors and with pen-and-ink drawings by R W Alley, the books in the Elf-Help series have for over thirty years offered strength, help and healing for those who are hurting and provided a wealth of emotional, recovery, health, grief and eldercare support and information.
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