Comforting the Bereaved Through Listening and Positive Responding: What Are the Bereaved Trying to Tell Us? Dee Stern L. C. P. C. Psyd

Comforting the Bereaved Through Listening and Positive Responding: What Are the Bereaved Trying to Tell Us?

Author: Dee Stern L. C. P. C. Psyd
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Book Title
Comforting the Bereaved Through Listening and Positive Responding: What Are the Bereaved Trying to Tell Us?
Author
Dee Stern L. C. P. C. Psyd
ISBN
9781665716246
We don't seem to handle grief very well-whether it's our own or someone close to us. Part of the problem is that we live in a death- denying society; where many people feel awkward using terms like death, dying, or dead. We rarely say that someone has died, and instead use metaphors to soften the blow. This book helps families, friends, colleagues, and professionals to understand what someone who has lost a loved one is feeling. Topics include the death of a child, teen, adult/older adult, spouse, sibling, mentally challenged individuals, death of a pet and pets grieve too. The author answers questions such as: - Why are there fewer rituals surrounding death today? - What do you say to someone who has lost a loved one? - How long do the bereaved continue to grieve? - What does it mean to be going through complicated grief? Grief is the great equalizer, and no matter who or what we are, or how rich or poor, grief can bring us to our knees. But you can navigate it in a healthier way with the lessons in Comforting the Bereaved through Listening and Positive Responding.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Dee Stern L. C. P. C. PsydPublisher: Archway PublishingPublished: 01/27/2022ISBN: 9781665716246Pages: 162Weight: 0.47lbsSize: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.37d


We don't seem to handle grief very well-whether it's our own or someone close to us.

Part of the problem is that we live in a death- denying society; where many people feel awkward using terms like death, dying, or dead. We rarely say that someone has died, and instead use metaphors to soften the blow.

This book helps families, friends, colleagues, and professionals to understand what someone who has lost a loved one is feeling. Topics include the death of a child, teen, adult/older adult, spouse, sibling, mentally challenged individuals, death of a pet and pets grieve too.

The author answers questions such as:

- Why are there fewer rituals surrounding death today?
- What do you say to someone who has lost a loved one?
- How long do the bereaved continue to grieve?
- What does it mean to be going through complicated grief?

Grief is the great equalizer, and no matter who or what we are, or how rich or poor, grief can bring us to our knees. But you can navigate it in a healthier way with the lessons in Comforting the Bereaved through Listening and Positive Responding.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Dee Stern L. C. P. C. Psyd
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Published: 01/27/2022
ISBN: 9781665716246
Pages: 162
Weight: 0.47lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.37d


We don't seem to handle grief very well-whether it's our own or someone close to us.

Part of the problem is that we live in a death- denying society; where many people feel awkward using terms like death, dying, or dead. We rarely say that someone has died, and instead use metaphors to soften the blow.

This book helps families, friends, colleagues, and professionals to understand what someone who has lost a loved one is feeling. Topics include the death of a child, teen, adult/older adult, spouse, sibling, mentally challenged individuals, death of a pet and pets grieve too.

The author answers questions such as:

- Why are there fewer rituals surrounding death today?
- What do you say to someone who has lost a loved one?
- How long do the bereaved continue to grieve?
- What does it mean to be going through complicated grief?

Grief is the great equalizer, and no matter who or what we are, or how rich or poor, grief can bring us to our knees. But you can navigate it in a healthier way with the lessons in Comforting the Bereaved through Listening and Positive Responding.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Dee Stern L. C. P. C. Psyd
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Published: 01/27/2022
ISBN: 9781665716246
Pages: 162
Weight: 0.47lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.50w x 0.37d