Living with Grief: Loss in Later Life
Kenneth J. Doka
Hospice Foundation of America, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 363 pages
As this book shows us, when a loved one dies we search for meaning in our own lives while struggling to hold onto memories of a precious life lost, O says Senator John Breaux in his introduction to this book. The 29 chapters of this book address the struggles, concerns and issues faced by the bereaved, and those who care for them.
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