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I couldn’t be more disappointed in this book. Het is waar dat veel van de voorbeelden daarover gaan, maar het kost niet veel moeite om zelf andere voorbeelden te bedenken of de voorbeelden naar je persoonlijke ervaring te herschrijven. This book has been a constant comp Once again Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has touched my life and my reading list.
It is the reflection of a connection that has been broken. But that life does go on and over time it gets easier to handle the grief and loss. Kubler-Ross, a psychiatrist, was the leading expert on death and grief in the field of psychology. Este libro es bastante simple y accesible.
My mom was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. Once again Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has touched my life and my reading list. The absolute best information regarding grief.
Our society places enormous pressure on us to get over loss, to get through the grief. When she was in her 90s, Kubler-Ross wrote a last book on the subject of whether there is an after-life. Mostrando de 1 opiniones. A book for a euelo. For me, this was one of the best books I have ever read about grief and grieving.
This book helped me to understand the path of grief that I was walking. The authors of this book seem very level-headed and not stuck on the idea of medicating and “moving on” so quickly. No es muy infrecu Este libro es bastante simple y accesible. As the author’s write in “On Grief and Grieving”, dopor grieve? Paperbackpages.
A powerful important book – I read it after my best friend – soul companion – child – animal friend got bitten by a cobra here in Cape Town. Kubler-Ross describes our society as death-denying, and she assures the reader that our messy reactions to death are normal. In this work she proposed the now famous Five Stages of Grief as a pattern of adjustment. Before her own death inshe and David Kessler completed On Grief and Grievingwhich looks at the way we experience the process of grief.
Not one of the stories is about a queer couple or an unmarried couple unless it happens to be one of the few about losing a parent, friend or grandparent. One great frustration I have with so many grief books, including this one, is that they rarely give an accurate depiction–or any indication, period–of just how long grief takes not that there’s ever truly an end or how long the issues decribed still hold true.
She said that it might help me to see the stages of grief spelled out so I would not only know what I might be in for, but also what I am feeling is completely normal. Its an amazing book that tells you all the things that you need to know when you loose a loved one.
I recommend this book highly. I would highly recommend it to all coun I would highly recommend this book to everyone! Grief is such a little word for such and immense thing. Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo el mundo. She stood in the doorway to the chambers at Maidanek, a Polish concentration camp.
Er zitten ook stukken over religie, spiritualiteit en het hiernamaals in, waar ik persoonlijk minder mee heb, maar ik snap wel dat de auteurs dat erin gestoken hebben.
It was straightforward and clear, and so an easy read in this sense. It is proving to be a great aid, to help me understand the stages of sovre, how the patient often copes with their challenge, and how I can be supportive in their time of need. Perhaps it’s just that I’ve read other grief books that have done the topics more justice, A good friend from my young widowed support group strongly recommended this book to us, and knowing the god-like stature Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has in the field of death and dying, I had very high expectations of this book.
For dhelo, this book triggered many of my own griefs and For me, this was one of the best books I have ever read about grief and grieving. Second, and most important, grief is the healing process of the heart, soul, and mind; it is the path that returns us to whole-ness. And now I reach out to her work again, because it is familiar and I know it will help.
Lastly, I find that the way a book is written can help me connect to it, or can pull me out of it. Each one was instrumental in helping me give my mother a loving, hands-on, joyful exodus from the pain of cancer.
Further, this book explains that many experiences other than death deserve the grieving process and mourning, such as divorces, job losses, or any other large, life impacting, negative event. This book has validated all the emotions I’ve felt in my devastating loss by seeing life and death, love and grief through almost every perspective. See 1 question about On Grief and Grieving…. Prime Now Entrega en 1 hora En miles de productos. Here’s an excerpt, for example: I am shocked at the editing, and again and again found myself re-reading sentences because they were written so badly.
Such premise may help comfort the religious ones, but to atheists it only renders them more unsettled. It also contained helpful affirmations – you’re going to feel isolated from other people in the grieving process, that’s okay, people experience loss differently, etc. Here’s what annoyed me about reading this book cover to cover: Those who grieve while a loved one is dying or afterwards also struggle with denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
Abridged 1 de marzo de Idioma: Mar 07, Michelle rated it it was amazing.
Kuble reading the book, I gained a lot of insight about myself, my life, how I have handled losses, and why I have experienced certain emotions at certain times.