Dr. Ajita M Robinson, "The Gift of Grief: A Practical Guide on Navigating Grief and Loss"
English | 2020 | ISBN: 1735392502 | ASIN: B08H54Q5J6 | EPUB | pages: 126 | 0.2 mb
The Gift of Grief is for those who are navigating a loss and are wanting to understand grief and how to heal from a variety of losses. The book helps the reader understand grief, death, and dying and other everyday life events that can cause us to grieve.None of us are exempt. Grief is a universal experience, but our healing, our grief journey is unique to each of us. This book helps you understand the grief process and addresses the different myths that can impact your grief journey. This book serves as a guide for those who want to understand the different types of loss, how they impact our grieving, and creating a life post-loss. A discussion of symbolic and physical losses to help grievers understand how non-death related factors can trigger a grief response. A psychoeducational discussion is presented with tips on how to talk to children and teens about death and dying and how grief manifests differently in children. Lastly, an exploration of how social media can impact our grief and how our mourning rituals can honor our loved ones. Grief and bereavement can be a difficult journey, filled with a variety of emotions and experiences. This book provides a foundational understanding of your own grief experiences and a foundation for working with grieving individuals. That Gift of Grief was created after twelve years as a grief and trauma therapist and bearing witness to clients finding the gift and renewed purpose amid suffering. The book also includes a variety of resources such as journal prompts, worksheets, reflective exercises, and a course companion to help you navigate grief and healing. We intend to offer information about the grief process and practical tips on coping, restoring, and renewing oneself in the aftermath of grief.