Good Grief

As the author recounts, many of those writing on the theme of grief and bereavement are either dripping with piety or else so orthodox and traditional that those who find difficulty with this position are made to feel odd. This title is suitable for clergy, nurses, counsellors, and for those dealing with sorrow and distress.

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As Sydney Callaghan recounts, many of those writing on the theme of grief and bereavement are either dripping with piety or else so orthodox and traditional that those who find difficulty with this position are made to feel odd. Updated to take account of the personal and communal trauma which many in Northern Ireland and elsewhere have to face, this new edition retains the compassion and simplicity of the much-loved original. Although sadly the author passed away since the last edition, his work is a continuing source of comfort to the bereaved themselves. This is also an invaluable tool for clergy, nurses, counsellors, and for anyone dealing with sorrow and distress.

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  • Format: Paperback / Softback
  • Published On: 30 September 2003
  • Publisher: Colourpoint Books
  • ISBN / EAN: 9781904242185
  • Page Count: 112

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