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Grief Diaries: How to Help the Newly Bereaved Paperback – April 7, 2016
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"BRILLIANT . . . How to Help the Newly Bereaved is a critically important collection of tips and suggestions written by the best of experts, the bereaved themselves. Who better to instruct family and friends on how to be helpful in the aftermath? Just brilliant." -MARY LEE ROBINSON, Certified Grief Coach, Author, and Founder of Set an Extra Plate initiative
About the Author
Lynda Cheldelin Fell is co-founder of the International Grief Institute and an international bestselling author of over 30 books including the award-winning Grief Diaries anthology series. Considered a pioneering visionary, Lynda has interviewed hundreds of people about restoring hope after loss, including societal newsmakers such as Martin Luther King's daughter. She pioneered Managing Grief in the Workplace, earned four literary awards for her work, and has been nominated for five national advocacy awards. Learn more at www.LyndaFell.com.
LINKS: www.griefeducation.org www.GriefDiaries.com www.LyndaFell.com
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I sure wish this book had been available when my youngest sister died in 2012. It would have helped immensely. I also wish that everyone who said something that upset the other members of the online support groups that I am in would have had this book as well. As maybe some of that upset could have been avoided.
I cannot possibly convey how much this book is needed!