How To Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies

How To Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies Mourning the death of a loved one is a process all of us will go through at one time or another But whether the death is sudden or anticipated few of us are prepared for it or for the grief it brings

  • Title: How To Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies
  • Author: Therese A. Rando
  • ISBN: 9780553352696
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mourning the death of a loved one is a process all of us will go through at one time or another But whether the death is sudden or anticipated, few of us are prepared for it or for the grief it brings There is no right or wrong way to grieve Each person s response to loss will be different Now, in this compassionate, comprehensive guide, Therese A Rando, Ph.D bereavMourning the death of a loved one is a process all of us will go through at one time or another But whether the death is sudden or anticipated, few of us are prepared for it or for the grief it brings There is no right or wrong way to grieve Each person s response to loss will be different Now, in this compassionate, comprehensive guide, Therese A Rando, Ph.D bereavement specialist and author of Loss And Anticipatory Grief, leads you gently through the painful but necessary process of grieving Whether the death was sudden or expected, from an accident, illness, suicide, homicide, or natural cause, Dr Rando will help you learn to Understand and resolve your grief.Talk to children about death.Resolve unfinished business.Take care of yourself.Accept the help and support of others.Get through holidays and other difficult times of the year.Plan funerals and personal bereavement rituals.How To Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies also includes a comprehensive resource listing and a chapter on finding professional help and support groups.There is no way around the pain of loss, but there is a way through it Dr Rando offers the solace, comfort, and guidance to help you accept your loss and move into your new life without forgetting your treasured past.

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    2 thoughts on “How To Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies

    1. Therese A. Rando Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the How To Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies book, this is one of the most wanted Therese A. Rando author readers around the world.

    2. This book is an excellent resource for bereavement. It covers both the basic psychological issues that have an impact in all types of grief and also covers specific situations which add an additional impact including: sudden vs. anticipated deaths, loss of a spouse, loss of a child, loss of a sibling, loss of a parent, and the impact of the cause of death, including differences when it's a suicide, a homicide, an accident, etc. I recommend this book to all in preparation for the inevitable.

    3. This was helpful, though not quite what the title described. I'd say about 2/3 of the book was describing what grief feels like, what the parts of it are, different types of grief, etc. That part was particularly helpful because it was good to know that there are precedents. Only the last 1/3 was actually "how to" kinds of information, and much of that was very general. The book is also rather dated, and it mentions a lot of old-fashioned gender role stuff - e.g. women will need to learn car rep [...]

    4. Mar/ 2009 Just started this book and do think it holds potential. It isn't specific on a kind of death but I think the authors loss of both parents in a short time period does contribute to the reason for it.Update: I put the book down and started to read another and recently started it, again.I have reset the date and am starting the book over, again. May skip a little that I rememberThis book is full of a lot of information and it tells it like it is. Suggestions are included on what to do and [...]

    5. This was a well written text and has some incredible insight into the world of grieving. Even though we all grieve differently, Rando touches on some really nice topics that can help the counselor to the griever. I found it best to read this book as a resource. I would recommend picking the topic that interest you from the contents page and go from there.

    6. Well-researched, helpful book for those in need of help and validation for what they're going through in their grief. The author's style can be a bit clinical, but I'd still recommend this book to anyone dealing with present or past loss.

    7. The psychological aspects of grieving. The central message is, "It is okay to grieve your way, just do it so you can move on." This book was very helpful to me when my husband died. I have purchased copies to give to friends.

    8. An excellent reference that I am sure I will look at time and again through my journey as a grief counsellor.

    9. Many of the chapters of this are relevant and helpful to people who are grieving. I've used sections of it directly with participants in grief support groups.

    10. This is a wonderful book for someone who is grieving a loss. It is accessible and not full of bereavement theory. I've given a copy to several people when helping them through grief.

    11. Excellent book - covers seemingly every possible scenario, not one wasted word, tremendous clarity, very helpful. Wish I didn't have a reason to read it.

    12. An amazing, comprehensive look at multiple scenarios when you lose a loved one. Highly, HIGHLY recommended to anyone trying to figure out their grief and work through it in a healthy manner.

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