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by Elizabeth Collick

ePub Through Grief download
Author:
Elizabeth Collick
ISBN13:
978-0232516821
ISBN:
0232516820
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Publisher:
Darton Longman & Todd (January 2, 1986)
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Subcategory:
Worship & Devotion
ePub file:
1675 kb
Fb2 file:
1625 kb
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4.7
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The book does not seek to soothe pain, but to help Elizabeth Collick, herself a widow, writes out of her own experience and that of many others to describe what happens, in the hope that it may bring strenght and support to those in grief. She writes of the yearning ache, the strange fears, the anger, guilt, frustration, loneliness and lostness which makes up bereavement. The book does not seek to soothe pain, but to help people 'come through' to life on the far side of grief.

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A book aimed at helping not only the bereaved, but also professional carers, relatives, friends, neighbours and colleagues of someone suffering a bereavement. Foreword by Claire Rayner.

Elizabeth Collick, herself a widow, writes out of her own experience and that of many others to describe what happens, in the .

Elizabeth Collick, herself a widow, writes out of her own experience and that of many others to describe what happens, in the hope that it may bring strenght and support to those in grief. The book does not seek to soothe pain, but to help people 'come through' to life on the far side of grief

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The experience of bereavement. by Elizabeth Collick. Published 1982 by Mirfield Publications in Mirfield, W. Yorks. 55p. Number of pages.

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Elizabeth Collick, herself a widow, writes out of her own experience and that of many others to describe what happens, in the hope that it may bring strenght and support to those in grief. She writes of the yearning ache, the strange fears, the anger, guilt, frustration, loneliness and lostness which makes up bereavement. The book does not seek to soothe pain, but to help people 'come through' to life on the far side of grief. The book is also helpful to professional carer - nurses, ministers, doctors, social workers and others - and to reletives, friends, neighbours and colleages of someone suffering bereavement.