Everyone has experienced loss in some part of their life. How to Recover from Loss is about the grief of losing a spouse, a family member, friends, or your health. It tells you how to understand your grief, explains your reaction to grief, helps you through the steps of grieving, and shows you how to recover. Its message of survival, recovery, and hope for a new life will bring comfort to anyone who is grieving. It can help lift the burden of grieving for your loss.
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About the Author
Robyn Ledwith Mar is a graduate of Stanford University and a breast cancer survivor. She was widowed at age 56 and was asked by her pastor to start a support group for other widows and widowers in her church. Based on her own loss and grief experience and research into the grieving process, she wrote Grief Recovery, A Workbook for Widows and Widowers to use in the classes. This new book was written in response to a request for material covering other losses. Robyn has been leading groups and counseling the grieving for over 20 years. She has remarried and lives in Los Altos Hills, California.