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Saying Goodbye to Someone You Love: Your Emotional Journey Through End of Life and Grief

Saying Goodbye to Someone You Love Your Emotional Journey Through End of Life and Grief Saying Goodbye To Someone You Love consists of moving narratives about end of life and grief These personal histories are complemented by practical guidelines for those caring for their loved ones thr

  • Title: Saying Goodbye to Someone You Love: Your Emotional Journey Through End of Life and Grief
  • Author: Norine Dresser Fredda Wasserman
  • ISBN: 9781932603859
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • Saying Goodbye To Someone You Love consists of moving narratives about end of life and grief These personal histories are complemented by practical guidelines for those caring for their loved ones through the last stages of life For those who are grieving, the true to life stories demonstrate how others have navigated through the tidal wave of emotions and reactions tha Saying Goodbye To Someone You Love consists of moving narratives about end of life and grief These personal histories are complemented by practical guidelines for those caring for their loved ones through the last stages of life For those who are grieving, the true to life stories demonstrate how others have navigated through the tidal wave of emotions and reactions that characterize the grief process For health care professionals and those who are offering support to grievers, Saying Goodbye To Someone You Love provides a new perspective on the challenges of caring for the dying and living with grief Hundreds of poignant, touching, loving, humorous personal experiences address readers concerns and curiosity about how others have faced life s final chapter with love and dignity Specific issues include talking about death, hospice, funerals, grieving, and celebrating life.

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    1 thought on “Saying Goodbye to Someone You Love: Your Emotional Journey Through End of Life and Grief

    1. The thing with a book like Saying Goodbye to Someone you Love is that you need to be open to its message and ready to grieve. This is such a personal subject that it's hard for me to say this is the book for you. I picked it up as I am exploring my feelings in regards to end of life issues, my feelings for family who died in the past few years, and those for facing future losses and my own mortality.I believe that anyone wanting to take this journey could find find something helpful in this book [...]

    2. This book was received from LibraryThing under the Members Giveaway program. While acknowledging the reluctance of many people to discuss death, this book can assist people to face the reality of the complex emotions that are present during the final stages of life.We must recognize that when our loved ones have been in a serious accident or suffered a fatal disease or condition, we may become their caregivers and must prepare ourselves for the probable outcome of their death. During this stage [...]

    3. After the recent passing of my Grandmother, I thought this book would shed some light and educate me on the subject beyond my own personal experiences. I think everyone should read a book of this nature. Grief has different levels and can show up in our lives in many shades, but it won't be ignored. As a result of this book coupled with watching a film of a similar nature recently (Rabbit Hole), I was inspired to reach out to a support group and reaped immediate benefits and growth. Lastly, I ha [...]

    4. I picked this up on a whim, even though it's been over a year since my dad died, and I'm not really grieving in the same way that I was. I liked this book more than most grief books I have encountered for two reasons. First, it didn't assume that the reader had any particular kind of religion, or any religion at all. (A lot of grief books have a religious focus, which turns me off.) Second, it was full of stories of real people, in all kinds of situations and from all kinds of backgrounds, that [...]

    5. Seeing the slow and then steep decline in a beloved family member's health made me check this out of the library. So many anecdotal stories regarding each phase in processing the ultimate loss were spot on. The book is "gently" written. Thoughtful and thorough. A "how to" book that everyone could benefit from reading--upon the inevitable circumstance of 'Saying Goodbye to Someone you Love'.

    6. This book has given me a lot to think about. It's hard to rate because I've never read anything like it. I'm glad I did read it because it got me to think about things that I haven't wanted to think about before. Things that everyone should think about before they have to.

    7. Difficult to rate this book because of the subject matter. It was useful in a few respects but not in others. Really between a 2* and 3*I did, however, find some good suggestions on dealing with grief in it, so it was worth skimming through. It also has some good suggestions for resources.

    8. this was exactly the book I needed. would have been even more helpful had I started reading it six months ago. highly reccommend for everyone, whether you have been through this already or not.

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