Grief, though common to the human experience, is deeply individual. Acting as a source of healing for the bereaved, Beyond Grief explores the various facets of the grieving process.
This sensitive work of self-help literature features personal accounts, interviews with professionals who work with those who have lost a loved one, and medical research. It is broken up into three easy to use sections. Section one defines grief and offers tips on coping; section two relates the common types of loss, including that of a parent, a spouse, or a child; and section three explains the ways all survivors can find help during such a difficult time.