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Tracing the Rainbow: Working Through Loss and Bereavement (Paperback)
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Tracing the Rainbow: Working Through Loss and Bereavement (Paperback)

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Paperback 160 Pages / Published: 01/07/2004
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Information, interviews and practical advice on the greatest losses we face: death and divorce. Tracing the Rainbow looks at bereavement through the eyes of a psychiatrist - and through the eyes of those who have mourned themselves. A mixture of information, interviews and practical advice, it seeks to answer the questions - what is grieving? How does it affect people physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually? How can those who mourn help themselves? How can those around them help them? What is normal grief? When does grief become abnormal and in what way? How do childhood experiences influence our ability to grieve, and what can we do about it? Pablo Martinez and Ali Hull concentrate on the two greatest losses that face us: death and divorce, and seek, through a mixture of intensely personal stories and gentle psychiatric insight, to provide tools for getting through the hardest times in life.

Publisher: Authentic Lifestyle
ISBN: 9781850784876
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 505 g
Dimensions: 139 x 215 x 12 mm

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