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Coping with Bereavement

Coping with Bereavement

A practical guide to getting through grief
978280629985739EBookPlurilingua PublishingLearn how to work through bereavement in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. The loss of a loved one is an intensely painful experience and can lead to feelings of guilt, isolation and even depression. Everyone works through their grief at their own pace and there is no right or wrong way to mourn someone you cared about, but there are steps you can take to complete your grief work and make the process less painful. In this book, you will learn about the different ways you can work through your bereavement, including joining a support group, paying tribute to your loved one and consulting a specialist. It also features useful tips to take care of yourself in the wake of a loss and talk about your pain with others, giving you the tools you need to preserve your mental wellbeing after bereavement. How can this book help you? Dealing effectively with bereavement will allow you to adapt to the changes in your life and start moving forward again. This book will give you everything you need to: Tackle the practical and administrative tasks that follow the death of a loved one Get your life back on track after the loss of a loved one Take simple, practical steps to make your grief more bearable Support a friend, child or other family member as they deal with bereavement This straightforward and accessible 39-page book is structured as follows: Coping with bereavement What is bereavement? An intense and universal pain Significant administrative tasks The five stages of grief How can you overcome bereavement and start living again? Have you moved past your bereavement? Ten tips for getting through your bereavement How can you help a loved one deal with bereavement? The right attitudes to adopt Supporting a child in their grief work How can you get back on track after mourning? FAQs Is grief work necessary? How long does grief last for? Is it normal to cry all the time? Will the pain go away more quickly if I ignore it? I am smiling again and I have new plans. Should I feel guilty? Learn how to work through bereavement in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. The loss of a loved one is an intensely painful experience and can lead to feelings of guilt, isolation and even depression. Everyone works through their grief at their own pace and there is no right or wrong way to mourn someone you cared about, but there are steps you can take to complete your grief work and make the process less painful. In this book, you will learn about the different ways you can work through your bereavement, including joining a support group, paying tribute to your loved one and consulting a specialist. It also features useful tips to take care of yourself in the wake of a loss and talk about your pain with others, giving you the tools you need to preserve your mental wellbeing after bereavement. How can this book help you? Dealing effectively with bereavement will allow you to adapt to the changes in your life and start moving forward again. This book will give you everything you need to: Tackle the practical and administrative tasks that follow the death of a loved one Get your life back on track after the loss of a loved one Take simple, practical steps to make your grief more bearable Support a friend, child or other family member as they deal with bereavement This straightforward and accessible 39-page book is structured as follows: Coping with bereavement What is bereavement? An intense and universal pain Significant administrative tasks The five stages of grief How can you overcome bereavement and start living again? Have you moved past your bereavement? Ten tips for getting through your bereavement How can you help a loved one deal with bereavement? The right attitudes to adopt Supporting a child in their grief work How can you get back on track after mourning? FAQs Is grief work necessary? How long does grief last for? Is it normal to cry all the time? Will the pain go away more quickly if I ignore it? I am smiling again and I have new plans. Should I feel guilty? application/pdf1 depression, grief, isolation, mental health, psychology, sadness
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Learn how to work through bereavement in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. The loss of a loved one is an intensely painful experience and can lead to feelings of guilt, isolation and even depression. Everyone works through their grief at their own pace and there is no right or wrong way to mourn someone you cared...
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Learn how to work through bereavement in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. The loss of a loved one is an intensely painful experience and can lead to feelings of guilt, isolation and even depression. Everyone works through their grief at their own pace and there is no right or wrong way to mourn someone you cared about, but there are steps you can take to complete your grief work and make the process less painful.

In this book, you will learn about the different ways you can work through your bereavement, including joining a support group, paying tribute to your loved one and consulting a specialist. It also features useful tips to take care of yourself in the wake of a loss and talk about your pain with others, giving you the tools you need to preserve your mental wellbeing after bereavement.

How can this book help you?

Dealing effectively with bereavement will allow you to adapt to the changes in your life and start moving forward again. This book will give you everything you need to:

  • Tackle the practical and administrative tasks that follow the death of a loved one
  • Get your life back on track after the loss of a loved one
  • Take simple, practical steps to make your grief more bearable
  • Support a friend, child or other family member as they deal with bereavement

This straightforward and accessible 39-page book is structured as follows:

  • Coping with bereavement
  • What is bereavement?
    • An intense and universal pain
    • Significant administrative tasks
    • The five stages of grief
  • How can you overcome bereavement and start living again?
    • Have you moved past your bereavement?
    • Ten tips for getting through your bereavement
  • How can you help a loved one deal with bereavement?
    • The right attitudes to adopt
    • Supporting a child in their grief work
  • How can you get back on track after mourning?
  • FAQs
    • Is grief work necessary?
    • How long does grief last for?
    • Is it normal to cry all the time?
    • Will the pain go away more quickly if I ignore it?
    • I am smiling again and I have new plans. Should I feel guilty?

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9782806299857

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Plurilingua Publishing

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50MINUTES.COM – Health and Wellbeing

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PDF

Pages

39

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2.8 MB