I also believe it is mostly geared towards the loss of a partner, but I believe there is something for everyone in this book who has suffered some kind of loss. It's a practical read, that at times I found very hard to read, because I found what it said so true. Right now, it might be difficult to believe that you can ever move on from your loss. Don't abandon your old friends, but don't undervalue the importance of making new friends, either. The first step to conquering any fear is confronting it, so you'll need to be honest about the things you fear before you can bravely work through them. Use your journal to get thoughts and emotions out of your system when you aren't able to express them or make sense of them otherwise. About this Item: Random House Publishing Group.
Reaffirm your beliefs -- 24. Covers are intact but may be repaired. Let yourself cry, shout, and vent your hurt in similarly harmless ways. I have bought so many copies of this book I need to buy stock. However, you may also feel anger toward your husband after he dies or becomes seriously ill with a disabling sickness that forces you to take care of him. Doing so might be difficult after you were hurt so badly, but remember that the new people you meet were not responsible for your past pain and deserve an opportunity to earn your trust.
About this Item: Bantam, 1982. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. One thing I would surely find useful in this book, which I did, was to accept the loss, understand it and move. Remain physically active, as well. Your thoughts may reflect some guilt, worry, condemnation or self-deprecation. About this Item: Random House Publishing Group. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges.
Do your mourning now -- 27. I could not have been more wrong about it. Generally speaking, the longer the two of you were together, the more the grief is compounded. Seek the support of others -- 19. Light activity can help you stay on track. People generally will see this as appropriate as long as you explain that it will aid in your grieving process, that celebration fits your faith and the personality of your loved one, or that it is an expression of your love for the deceased person. About this Item: Random House Publishing Group.
If none of your loved ones have lost a love in a similar manner, consider looking for a support group. I do not recall all details of this book, I do however recall reading in one or two sittings at the beach trying anything to pass through the grief of a break up. The rest of the week, I went back to work and did a lot of pacing. This little volume helped me a lot decades ago and it still is chock-full of wisdom: How to Survive the Loss of a Love. Especially, when the culprit mind takes me back to old memories and how they mean nothing anymore. For someone in need of that and who also connects with poetry, this would be great. Thank you for this book.
I just hope I can handle my grief in the same way she did hers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. I just found a copy today at my local Good Will. Beware of the rebound -- 45. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.
The loss of a love after death Often considered the most painful form of love loss, the death of your boyfriend, partner or husband can leave you feeling devastated. For some people, using faith to deal with death means holding on to beliefs such as life always continuing on, or that good triumphs evil. He said it couldn't wait - I needed it immediately. Tomorrow will come -- 11. The material did a good job of recognizing and humanizing the suffering without devaluing it. I was hesitant to read it at first, but I am so, so glad I did.
Surviving the loss of love usually requires you to go through both ups and downs. Make a pact with a friend -- 32. Great hub and great review. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. I find them preachy, and most of the time, I feel like shit instead of feeling better. It will help you cope with the loss.