As you begin this journey of bereavement, you may find yourself struggling to make decisions and to perform simple everyday tasks. You may feel that you have lost your way in a world that seems to move on without you.
While there are many books filled with information describing grief and how to manage it, there is little information about what to expect, how to survive and make it through everyday life on your own - often for the first time.
Although no one wants to face the death of their spouse or life partner but when it does happen, you can begin again...you can survive. This book helps you answer the following questions and guides you toward a new life.
What should you expect?
How will you survive?
What do you need to do early on and later in the journey?
Where can you turn for help?
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About the Author
Linda's training includes Certified Grief Group Leader for the bereaved, hospice work with terminally ill patients, Rainbows For All God's Children, a program for children who have lost a parent, relative, or close friend to death or divorce, and a special Rainbows program entitled "Silver Linings" for the children of 9/11 victims.
Linda also devotes a portion of her coaching practice to working with businesses and individuals in the workplace dealing with grief and loss resulting from the death or illness of a co-worker and other workplace stress related issues. Linda works with individuals and groups coaching them through life transitions.