Mending the Torn Fabric: For Those Who Grieve and Those Who Want to Help Them - Death, Value and Meaning Series (Hardback)Sarah Brabant (author)
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The analogy of the torn fabric was first used by the author in response to a bereaved mother's cry: "I know what grief feels like; I don't know what it looks like." In "Mending the Torn Fabric: For Those Who Grieve and Those Who Want to Help Them", the author expands the metaphor to include earlier and future or potential losses as well as losses associated with the death that may be unrecognized or minimized. This book includes chapters that examine complications that may be present or may arise, suggestions for mending even the most torn fabric, and a chapter dedicated to friends who want to help. Stories bereaved persons have shared with the author through the years are interspersed throughout the book to provide examples of loss and mending.
Publisher: Baywood Publishing Company Inc
Number of pages: 162
Weight: 363 g
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm
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