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101 ways to cope with grief & loss

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Those who have experienced the death of someone close will find themselves on a journey through grief and loss. This book provides signposts to guide and aid the bereaved on their journey.
ISBN: 9781844177899
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Those who have experienced the death of someone close will find themselves on a journey through grief and loss. This book provides signposts to guide and aid the bereaved on their journey. Bill Merrington is an experienced Anglican priest and counsellor here he offers useful, supportive and practical advice. His approach is fresh and original, user-friendly and attractive. The book can be read systematically. It is divided into ten themes such as difficult issues, finding direction and positive outcomes. Each of the 'ways' discussed ends with helpful tips for the reader to consider; the final way gives a useful list of support agencies and organisations.
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