Coming to grief : a survival guide to grief and loss / Pam Heaney.Publication details: Dunedin, N.Z. : Longacre Press, 2002.Description: 224 p. : ill. ; 21 cmISBN:
- 187713564X (pbk.)
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|Main Collection||John Kinder Theological Library||BF575.G7 HEA (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||J00760399|
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-219).
Myth 1: You only grieve when someone dies -- Myth 2: Just focus on the positives and you'll be right -- Myth 3: Grief is only sadness -- Myth 4: Everyone should grieve in the same way -- Myth 5: TIme will heal -- Myth 6: You should be over it by now -- Myth 7: You never really get over it -- Myth 8: I should be able to do this on my own -- Myth 9: I must not wallow in self-pity -- Myth 10: Best leave them alone to get over it.
This thorough and perceptive exploration of grief is a book that will truly help those wanting to help themselves or others. It explains how we express grief via our cultural and family conditioning, much of which is based on inadequate stereotypes and myths.