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Grieving the Loss of a Loved One

Format: Digital
, 2013
ISBN: 9780830766383


Everyone experiences the death of significant people in their lives. A certified trauma specialist, Dr. H. Norman Wright has written Grieving the Loss of a Loved One to help people handle a traumatic loss in their life and move forward through the painful journey of grief. Readers will learn that they are not alone in their experience of loss and grief. They will learn what to expect and how to manage grief through topics such as:

  • The purpose of grief and what is appropriate in grieving
  • Steps to take in moving through grief
  • Discovering the stages of saying goodbye—moving on in life
  • Preparing for death—anticipatory grief
  • Handling sudden death and its aftermath
  • How family members grieve—the disruption of family
  • Helping a neighbor or friend who has experienced a death

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Key Features

  • Offers insight into grief and suffering
  • Covers a variety of topics
  • Helps readers address family problems, process tragic events, and cope with suffering

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About H. Norman Wright

H. Norman Wright is research professor of Christian education at Talbot Theological Seminary. Previously he served as an associate professor and the director of the department of marriage, family, and child counseling at Biola University. He has been a licensed marriage, family, and trauma counselor for more than 30 years, and he is the author of Recovering From the Losses of Life, Experiencing Grief, and Before You Say I Do.