After the Storm There Is the Calm: An Analysis of the Bereavement Process
Canoe Press, 1999 - 89페이지
Every reader will find a point of contact in "After the Storm". This book is for everyone who is trying to cope with the death of a loved one or who is placed in the role of comforter. Dr Pottinger facilitates an understanding of the process of grieving, examines the varying causes of grief and attempts to guide the reader through what is often a painful process. The subject of death is still considered somewhat taboo. However, understanding the process of grieving, both pathological and normal, and the varying causes of grief with its accompanying reactions should help us to be better educators, counsellors, role models and friends. Dr Pottinger combines theory, clinical and research knowledge along with her personal experiences and those of others to present her findings in a simple and gentle manner. Although this book is for anyone coping with the death of a loved one, it also offers practical suggestions on coping with and responding to the grief of others.
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