Item description for All Our Losses, All Our Griefs: Resources for Pastoral Care by Kenneth R. Mitchell & Herbert Anderson...
Overview Grief as a lifelong human experience is the scope of this absorbing book. Kenneth R. Mitchell and Herbert Anderson explore the multiple dimensions of the problem, including origins of grief, loss throughout life, dynamics of grief, care for those who grieve, and the theology of grieving. This examination of the process of grief is enriched by vivid illustrations and case histories of individuals whose experiences the authors have shared.
Grief as a lifelong human experience is the scope of this absorbing book. Kenneth Mitchell and Herbert Anderson explore the multiple dimensions of the problem, including the origins and dynamics of grief, loss throughout life, caring for those who grieve, and the theology of grieving. This examination is enriched by vivid illustrations and case histories of individuals whose experiences the authors have shared.
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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.8" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1983
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0664244939 ISBN13 9780664244934
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More About Kenneth R. Mitchell & Herbert Anderson
Kenneth R. Mitchell was a Pastoral Counselor and Professor of Pastoral Care at Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri prior to his death in 1991.
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Reviews - What do customers think about All Our Losses, All Our Griefs: Resources for Pastoral Care?
The dynamics of grief Feb 24, 2005
This little book provides useful information for both the professional (I'm a hospital chaplain) and those who care about others. In easy to understand language, the authors discuss the nature of loss and our response to it. They discuss what attitudes and actions toward the griever are helpful or not helpful. Using this book alone, you can become a more knowledgable and effective caregiver, whether as friend, family, church member or pastor. I recommend this book to anyone who has experienced a loss (whether death of a loved one or loss of a dream) and to anyone who wants to help others in their losses.
Grief is a normal reaction to loss Dec 14, 2003
All Our Losses, All our Griefs describes grief as a normal reaction to grief. It discusses different kinds of loss, not just loss as the result of death. It seeks to address three questions in one volume: Why do people grieve? What are the dynamics of grief? And what can ministers do to help those who grieve? Throughout the book, the authors provide a theological comment to the issues that are raised concerning loss and grief.