Description - Grieving Garden by Suzanne Redfern
This book contains reflections of 22 bereaved parents, including those of the authors, addressing a variety of subjects which are of concern to a parent who has lost a child. This group of parents represent a broad range of experience, age, religion, ethnicity, occupation and personality. Among the topics discussed are surviving the initial shock, marking anniversaries, rethinking faith, considering suicide, preserving one's marriage, guilt and reaching out. There is no other grief book like this for bereaved parents. It is the only book that includes such a wide range of voices from such diverse backgrounds. Here are the voices of white collar professionals, blue collar workers, atheists, Christians, Jews, blacks, Hispanics and Anglos. This will function as a support group in book form for those confronting this painful experience. It provides the reader with a vocabulary for the language of grief. * Over two million parents lose a child each year. This will be a valuable resource * An important resource for friends and family members * The only grief book for parents this incorporates this many voices * A grief support group in book form
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(230mm x 152mm x 20mm)
Hampton Roads Publishing Co
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