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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Elisabetj Page. On Grief and Grieving: Includes a new introduction and resources section. Before her own death inshe and David Kessler completed On Grief and Grievingwhich looks at the way we experience the process of grief.

Just as On Death and Dying taught us the five stages of death — denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance — On Grief and Grieving applies these stages to the grieving process and weaves together theory, inspiration, and practical advice, including sections on sadness, hauntings, dreams, isolation, and healing. Paperbackpages.

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Dec 25, Leonard rated it really liked it Shelves: Those who grieve while a loved one is dying or afterwards also struggle with denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.

Kübler-Ross model – Wikipedia

While she confronts her own death, Ms. Kubler-Ross, together with co-author David Kessler, shares the inner and outer worlds of grief. For those who have grieved, some and perhaps many of the issues are familiar.

We may be emotionally drained; we may feel relieved to see our loved one no longer suffering but then guilt may overwhelm us. During anniversaries and holidays, we would be especially pained.

The kuubler helps us grapple with our grieving and lets us know that we are not alone in the struggles. For those who are grieving as well as those who had grieved and those who will grieve. Jan 06, Laura Hurn rated it it was amazing. This book served to be my guide to surviving my mother’s death without feeling alone, misunderstood, helpless, or -worse- hopeless.

This book has validated all the etapae I’ve felt in my devastating loss by seeing life and death, love and grief through almost every perspective. 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. Of course this isn’t to imply that “On Grief and Grieving” suggests a person live life as a pessimist, relishing in sad thoughts, but rather this book insists that we fight the endless cultural cues to minimize our grief by “being strong” or “bucking up.

They write, “Grief is dielo just a series of events, stages or time lines. Our society places enormous pressure on us to get over loss, to get through the grief. But how long do you grieve for a husband of fifty years, a teenager killed in a car accident, a four-year-old child: The loss happens in time, in fact in a moment, but it’s aftermath lasts a lifetime.

To deny your grief, is to deny the love that was shared in a lost marriage. As the author’s write in “On Grief and Grieving”, “Why grieve? First those who grieve well, live well.


The Five Stages of Grief

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. Sep 02, Kim rated it liked it Shelves: Here’s what my three stars mean for this book: I found this book helpful and problematic. It was mostly helpful in presenting a sort of map of grief, a list of possible ways that grief will manifest itself in the life of the griever and some nuggets of wisdom for living through that process.

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. I found it most helpful to read this boo Kublre what my three stars mean for this book: Here’s what annoyed me about reading this book cover to cover: Not one of efapas 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.

This meant that I consistently had to swallow my frustration and anger about this biased representation of loss to appreciate what wisdom this book has.

While they don’t bludgeon you with this and do acknowledge other belief systems, kuhler atheism, as a non-Christian I was really ddel that they were working with and writing from the assumption of a Christian after-life. I think this book has some really helpful stuff in it, but be warned, these things will also be part of reading the book. I “really liked” this book as much as you can about a book on loss and grief. I highly recommend it for anyone who is going through grief because of losing a loved one.

I was really reading this to familiarize myself with what a close friend is going through at the moment, but found that it was quite insightful for me, as someone who has also experienced the loss of loved ones. It made me see myself as someone who wasn’t totally crazy at the time of my grief. I also realized that someone could b I “really liked” this book as much as you can about a book on loss and grief.

But losing a close relationship in general can oftentimes push us into stages of grief. The authors of this book seem very level-headed and not stuck on the idea of medicating and “moving on” so quickly.

They encourage the idea of “feeling”–something that is so often lost in today’s society.

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.

The idea that one of the very authors died during the writing of this book, makes it that much more “believable” and certainly close to home dudlo the reader. Feb 07, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing. Still processing and reflecting about this one. A powerful important book – I elisabeh it after my best friend – soul companion – child – animal friend got bitten by a cobra here in Cape Town. I burned so deep – the book put a new ground under me.

Grief is such a little word for such and immense thing. I am still amazed at what it really is – a given and absolute – so weird 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. This is the world were in 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. This is the world were in and the rozs we elisabteh make with such a little word.


The book is real and not the cosmetic anaesthetic that religion gives personal view – for me – I needed the depth and truth that I found in this book and ultimately the great paradox it delivers – the closer etapqs get to see your mortality and preciousness of your life and all your relationships the bigger and deeper and richer it gets. Great book – great author Dec 05, Aoife Lennon rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is the reflection of a connection that has been broken.

The reality is you will grieve forever. In short I needed this book at this time – I will probably buy my own copy as I found it very comforting and very powerful. I rows this book twice this year, a year that has been very difficult with the loss of my mother in law, dad, and beloved 16 yo pet. Grief has no timeline and it can hit you when you least expect it-a song, a memory, an experience.

I highly recommend this book. May 24, Leila Summers rated it it was amazing Shelves: Of all the books I devoured after my husband passed away, this one was most helpful to me. On Grief and Grieving begins dueli describing the five stages of grief which include denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.

These can last for different periods of time, or we can go through all of them in one day. This b Of all the books I devoured episabeth my husband passed kublre, this one was most helpful to me. This book elisabetb me to understand the path of grief that I was walking.

For the first time, I could identify with every feeling elisbaeth situation described. It was a great comfort to know that my feelings were normal and that I was not alone.

Grief is a part of the healing. Helpful, but did not need the part about the afterlife. That could have been in another book, one I could have avoided. 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. To loosse someone or something we love is painful and understanding the process helps to have guidelines to overcome it in a constructive way.

Desprenderse de alguien o de algo que amamos es elisqbeth y comprender el proceso ayuda tener pautas para superarlo de forma rosz. Mar 07, Michelle rated it it was amazing. Once again Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has touched my life and my reading list. 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. Elisabeth’s life work regarding the process of death was a remarkable study doss me and I have never forgotten it and how it helped me learn compassion and caring.

And now I reach out to her work again, because it is familiar and I know it will help. This book has been a constant comp Once again Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has touched my life and my reading list. This book has been a constant companion for me over the last month in dealing with the loss of my mom. Every time I elisabth myself sad or having a bad elisabetj I would pick up this book and find meaning and solace.