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An inspiring companion for your journey through grief.
Grief is closely associated with death, but can be triggered when we lose anything with which we have an emotional connection.
Much that can be read about the grieving process is outdated and can serve an injustice to our rapidly evolving, modern society. In conjunction with recent medical and societal advancements, new and complex presentations of grief have arisen. As a result, our own journey through grief must also evolve in order for us to effectively heal and even flourish as a result of our experiences surrounding loss.
Delivering an eclectic blend of medical and spiritual observations and teachings, Good Grief: The A to Z Approach of Modern Day Grief Healing addresses life as well as death, and provides a practical guidebook for your unique grief journey. It goes beyond the conventional views that we are just a physical body, aiming to enlighten and encourage the reader to use the tools within the pages to bring about a collateral beauty that reveals great strength, personal growth, and spiritual emergence.
A Note From the Publisher
Shelley’s wise and compassionate words offer hope and courage, good feelings that are not often associated with grief. Her book written from the perspective of a former nursing career is an empowering, healing dose of essential self-help for all those who are grieving as well as anyone who has ever struggled to face their own mortality. - Theresa Cheung