No one is ever ready to lose a loved one. Whether their death was anticipated or sudden, we are never really ready for the pain, anguish, upheaval, and overwhelm that accompanies such a devastating event.
You are now here looking for help. And you’ve come to the right place.
Written in a loving tone as if I was sitting across from you, there is no better book to help you along this path.
Here you will learn:
♥ The myths surrounding the grieving process
♥ The emotional, physical, spiritual, social, intellectual and financial challenges of grief
♥ How to deal with anger, fear, stress, loneliness, regrets and depression
♥ How to handle your loved one’s belongings
♥ How grief affects your marriage
♥ How to help children through the grieving process
♥ How to balance the needs of family, friends and business colleagues with your own needs
♥ What to do for yourself when holidays, birthdays, anniversaries come around
♥ How to honor your loved one’s memory
Additionally, you will find
♥ The comprehensive list of national grief support organizations and 24 hour hotlines to locate help for yourself in your area
♥ A list of over 175 books to help you through the grieving process, all personally reviewed by the author and categorized by need to make it easier to find what you are looking for.
Whether for yourself or someone you love, join those worldwide who have been helped by Understanding Your Grieving Heart After a Loved One’s Death.
Let the healing process begin here.
“After debunking myths about the grieving process, that it lasts only a few months, Mary M. McCambridge (editor, “The National Directory of Bereavement Support Groups and Services”) traces the stages of grief (shock, denial, despair, renewal), manifestations (e.g. regrets, depression, anger, workaholism) and effects on marriage, children, friendship and work relationships in Understanding Your Grieving Heart After a Loved One’s Death. Grieving readers will appreciate this warm, wise guide by an experienced bereavement counselor and crime victims’ rights advocate.”
Publisher’s Weekly, November 26, 2001
“Understanding Your Grieving Heart After a Loved One’s Death is an invaluable guidebook on how to offer comfort to the bereaved and is very highly recommended for personal, professional, the community library and grief counseling collections.”
Midwest Book Review, December, 2001
“Very well done – informative, supportive. I highly recommend this book to all survivors and especially to those dedicated professionals in this field.”
M. Regina Asaro, MS, RN, Co-Author, The Military Widow
“This sensitive, yet practical book helps to answer the many agonising questions posed by the bereft and suggests many strategies that may bring comfort. Mary is an American bereavement specialist who has written several books on the many aspects of death and loss. The chapter on children’s grief is especially illuminating, as is the section dealing with those agonising anniversaries of Christmas, Birthdays, etc. A useful and thoughtful book with a great deal of genuine understanding of grief and much compassion.”
E.B. Daniels, The Compassionate Friends, United Kingdom
“When we lose a loved one, we are in a wave of confusion and find it hard to deal with the new me – the person who has been changed unlike ever before because of death. We daily face new emotions, new kinks in our relationships and old myths that need to be discarded. How do we do it all? Mary shows us how to understand what is happening to us in our raw bereavement. This book is a practical guide to living life after the unthinkable happens to us. Mary has the gift to hold our hand and tenderly show us how.”
Alice J. Wisler, Editor, Tributes E-Zine Book Review, April, 2002
To accommodate our audiences worldwide, this is in digital ebook format to download immediately upon purchase. When we are grieving and need help, we want it now at any hour of the day or night.