When Someone Dies, Those Left Behind Are Expected To Grieve But, As Taboo As It Is To Admit, Not Every Death Brings Great Sadness Labeled Nontraditional Grief Response By Therapists And Counselors, A Positive Reaction Following A Death Is Becoming Common, Especially Now That Drugs And Medical Treatments Keep People Alive Much Longer Than They Or Their Families Might Wish Sometimes We Are Relieved That Our Loved One Is No Longer Suffering At The Other End Of The Spectrum, A Death Might Finally Free Us Of An Abusive Or Unhappy Relationship In Either Case, The Cultural Expectation For Sadness, Loneliness, And Despair Only Adds To The Guilt And Conflict Felt By Many Relieved Grievers Authors Jennifer Elison And Chris McGonigle Have Lived Through Their Own Liberating Losses Illuminating For The First Time A Reaction That Many Deem Insensitive, Inappropriate, Or Strange, Ellison And McGonigle Share Their Own And Others Stories, Thoughtful Clinical Analysis, And Pragmatic Counsel Wise, Compassionate, And Groundbreaking, Liberating Losses Expands The Traditional Definition Of Grief And, In So Doing, Generously Validates The Feelings That So Many Feel Obliged To Hide.
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- 240 pages
- Liberating Losses
- Jennifer Elison
- 21 April 2019 Jennifer Elison