Good Grief: Healing Through the Shadow of Loss
Deborah Morris Coryell
Slowly and eloquently, you are lead by the hand to the many treasures at the bottom
of the well of grief. Along the way, you will be challenged to embrace all loss -- to
refuse the impulse to avoid it or expect it to go away after a preordained period of
time. You will also be urged to stop grading and comparing your losses with those of
others and instead to embrace them fully. In the process, you will find that loss happens
"for" you, not "to" you.