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Published June 5th by Scribner first published January 1st Kubler-Ross is outstanding–although you think she’d be over it by now jk–dark counselor humor! 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. It was a great comfort to know that my feelings were normal and that I was not alone. Apr 24, Cherene rated it it was amazing.
In 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.
This book served to be my guide to surviving my mother’s death without feeling alone, misunderstood, helpless, or -worse- hopeless. Years ago, when I was a new nurse, I read On Death and Dying and learned so much about how to care for those in their last weeks, days, hours.
While it’s been tough times somehow I’ve survived. Want to Read saving…. It speaks in a very human and sensible way about the process of mourning for losses that we all experience in the course of our lives. Such premise may help comfort the religious ones, but to atheists it only renders them more unsettled.
I also have strong conflicting opinions on the five stages of loss in general because they’re so horribly misunderstood and misinterpreted by people not in grief, which could also have contributed to my mixed antipathy to this particular book and the authors. It offers kublsr lot of insight into the grieving process, and explains the stages that people often experience.
As the author’s write in “On Grief and Grieving”, “Why grieve?
To help me at work with grieving families and resid I have experienced grief and grieving many times during my career in health care and in my own personal life elizbeth the losses of my two remaining grandparents and my mother in just a eliizabeth over a year. Worthwhile to read once, enlightening to read over and over again.
For me, 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. Dec 25, Leonard rated it really liked it Shelves: Although the authors focused on loss thru death — those who expierence loss in other duelp, such as thru divorce, loss of job, loss of health, can also benefit rss the wisdom presented in this book.
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.
I am still amazed at what it really is – a given and absolute – so vuelo that out of the blue there is such a thing as venom and other things custom designed by nature to shut a whole world down – sometimes within minutes. She began to visit patients, sitting with them as they talked, kublwr to their needs and their stories, finding that there is a wealth of wisdom in those frail people.
These five stages of grief are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. No trivia or quizzes yet. I bought this as a gift.
On Grief and Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss
This book has been a constant companion for me over the last month in dealing with the loss of my mom. People wanting a Cliff’s Notes, abridged version of grief. Includes a new introduction and resources section.
I highly recommend it to anyone who has gone thru or is presently going thru some sort of loss. Overall the writing is general enough that it applies to other losses as well. As the book points out you live with it forever that person will be with you for always. Dr Kubler-Ross is a hero of mine. And now I reach out to her work again, because it is familiar and I know it will help. Characters are nonexistent, as the book is more of a reference; reaching an academic publication.
It covers more complicated forms of grief such as the grief surrounding murder and natural disaster.
I highly recommend it for anyone who is going through grief because of losing a loved one. Apr 26, Kristena rated it really liked it Shelves: It is not a psychoanalytic study, nor is sobrs a “how-to” ekizabeth for managing death.
I truly believe this book may have saved my life. A good friend from my young widowed support group strongly recommended this book to us, and knowing dklor god-like stature Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has in the field of death and dying, I had very high expectations of this book.
They do not try to shove some religious view down your throat, but at the same time have you consider those moments of experiencing a supernatural occurrence as one to think about, process, and decide how it makes you FEEL, rather than if it was “real” or not.
It amounts to a massive case of intellectual dishonesty on the part of those who fail to recognise her fundamental contribution. May 24, Leila Summers rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mostrando foss 1 opiniones. Still processing and reflecting about this one. When she was 16 and the war had ended, she walked to Russia and back again, working in the reconstruction of post-war Europe.
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To loosse someone or something we love is painful and understanding the process helps to have guidelines to overcome it in a constructive way. We may be emotionally drained; we may feel relieved to see our loved one no longer suffering but then guilt may overwhelm us. While what it says is accurate, the book felt too glib to me, dl an inspirational Cliff’s Notes version of grief.
Helpful, but did not need the part about the afterlife. Further, the book suggested offensive and silly ideas, such as a grieving spouse is likely to lose most of his or her couple friends. Jul 04, The Badger rated it really liked it. For me, this was one of the best books I have ever read iubler grief and grieving.