Item description for Resolving Grief by Jim Towns...
Overview While there are no easy solutions to the problem of grief, there are resolutions. Resolving Grief is about learning to adjust while resolving our pain. It is for those who are grieving and for those who desire to understand sorrow so that they may afford others comfort and understanding. The author's advice is practical and deeply rooted in faith. His expertise ranges from telling children about death to surviving the holidays after a loss, as well as dealing with loneliness and preparing for one's own death. A bonus questionand- answer section reveals how suicide uniquely affects loved ones left behind. He also examines anticipatory grief-the stages of pregrieving that family and friends may experience prior to a terminal illness. Addressing the inevitable question of "why" tragedy occurs, the author shares his own poignant experience with grief and his frustrating journey back to hope. As a result, he encourages us, "Grief is not an option, but recovery is!"
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Dealing with Grief May 25, 2004
After suffering the unexpected loss of my father I found I was not as prepared to deal with the grief as I thought. Dr. Towns' book has helped me deal with the grieving process. I found the book simple to understand and a quick read. This was certainly the right format for someone who is not concentrating well and in emotional turmoil. Most importantly I learned that I will not get over the grief but learn to resolve it and return to a "new" normal life.