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The Widow or Widower Next Door : 25 Widows & Widowers Answer 25 Questions about Losing a Mate
by Mary Lee Robinson




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Grief more taboo than sex?  The Widow or Widower Next Door is a frank and candid look at what really like to lose a spouse in our society. Twenty five widows and widowers answer twenty five questions about the experience. Their answers will surprise, perhaps even shock you. They will tell you what helps, and what hurts. This book is recommended reading for anyone who knows "a widow or widower next door" or in their community, even in their family.  You will learn that a lot of what you have been taught to say and do for someone grieving is nonsense, and hurtful. You will also learn what helps so much more.  Also a recommended read for anyone grieving, to learn that the experiences you are having are not uncommon. You are not the only one, as you discover that "grief is more taboo than sex.

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Grief more taboo than sex?  The Widow or Widower Next Door is a frank and candid look at what really like to lose a spouse in our society. Twenty five widows and widowers answer twenty five questions about the experience. Their answers will surprise, perhaps even shock you. They will tell you what helps, and what hurts. This book is recommended reading for anyone who knows "a widow or widower next door" or in their community, even in their family.  You will learn that a lot of what you have been taught to say and do for someone grieving is nonsense, and hurtful. You will also learn what helps so much more.  Also a recommended read for anyone grieving, to learn that the experiences you are having are not uncommon. You are not the only one, as you discover that "grief is more taboo than sex.


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  • ISBN: 9781634131476
  • Publisher: Mill City Press
  • Date: Nov 2014
 

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