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Grief and loss

Windows: Healing and Helping through Loss (book)

Windows: Healing and Helping through Loss (book)

No. 4020

by Mary Joe Hannaford, S.Ed., and Michael H. Popkin, Ph.D.
Loss is an experience which touches us all. And death is not the only cause of our losses. We lose friends who move away; we lose the innocence associated with childhood; we lose our sense of security in hard times. The list could go on. Life is so full of change that most of us face loss regularly, although we seldom stop to consider what is happening to us.

Healing comes when we learn to indentify these losses, understand our reaction patterns, accept the normal stages of grieving, and come to a point of acceptance.

This sensitive guide helps teens and adults learn to recognize different kinds of losses and then explores ways to deal with loss in a healthy manner.

Part II teaches how to support others who are grieving by dealing with our own fears and learning how to avoid communication blocks.

Windows: Healing and Helping through Loss is filled with anecdotes, worksheets, and journaling prompts to provide an interactive experience while learning healthy coping skills. (138 pp.)

An optional video program is available for organizations wishing to present a class on the topic of grief. Click here for details.

Available while supplies last.


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