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On grief and grieving : finding the meaning of grief through the five… (2005)

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"In her first, seminal book, On Death and Dying, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross identified five stages of dying: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance. In the years that followed, it became evident that these stages applied not only to the process of accepting death, but also to accepting other difficult and catastrophic life experiences, such as losing a loved one." "In her final book, On Grief and Grieving, completed shortly before her death, Kubler-Ross and Life Lessons co-author David Kessler revisit the five stages in order to create a deeply empathetic and accessible guide for those left behind. With compassion and understanding, the authors deliver insights and advice designed to help readers rebalance their lives and find the courage to continue."--BOOK JACKET.… (lisätietoja)
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On Grief and Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss (tekijä: Elisabeth Kübler-Ross) (2005)

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This was just the book I was looking for. Originally I thought it might be a bit too psychological with medical speak but it was very readable and would good examples to back up its points. I also liked how the authors brought their own experiences of grief and how they learned from them. Grief really is individual but reading about how others grief really helped me understand it more as a means to heal and accept death. Although I know I'll always feel pain for Dad's death, this book helped me understand the stages of grief and that each person needs to go through it in their own way. ( )
  LL-B | Mar 8, 2020 |
This was just the book I was looking for. Originally I thought it might be a bit too psychological with medical speak but it was very readable and would good examples to back up its points. I also liked how the authors brought their own experiences of grief and how they learned from them. Grief really is individual but reading about how others grief really helped me understand it more as a means to heal and accept death. Although I know I'll always feel pain for Dad's death, this book helped me understand the stages of grief and that each person needs to go through it in their own way. ( )
  LL-B | Mar 8, 2020 |
Well-written and poignant, this book is quite heartwarming and helpful. There is a disclaimer at the beginning of the book that tells us that grief is different for everyone, and that if you are really having a hard time you should see a therapist.

Using personal stories and other contributions, this book talks about the stages of grief, but also how grief manifests itself or could manifest itself in you. The five stages are too cut and dry to apply to every single person, and the book addresses that fact. It also claims that many people misunderstand the five stages as a whole. To me, this is also understandable. Take denial for instance; if someone has died that is close to you, you may accept their being gone, but expect to hear their voice, or see them in their favorite chair or something along those lines.

Throughout, it talks about how to deal with the fact that your loved one is gone in a consoling and understanding manner. Of course people want you to be happy, but grief is a natural part of loss and it is healthy to let it all out, even if it does make others uncomfortable.

It is split into seven sections with commentary by the authors occupying the last two sections. The first covers the classic five stages one by one and how they might manifest themselves in a person. The second section covers the Inner World of Grief. This talks about how you can deal with it by telling stories, cracking their jokes, seeing angels, getting dreams about them and so on. The third section talks about the Outer World of Grief. This is focused on stuff like "How do I celebrate our Wedding Anniversary?" or "what do I do with all of these possessions?" The fourth section deals with specific situations. Say your loved one had Alzheimer's Disease. It relates stories of people that had to go through that sort of thing and reach terrible decisions and regret those decisions later. It also talks about what to say to children about dying and how to handle their grief. The Fifth section talks about the changing face of grief, and the final two sections are personal notes from the authors on the grief they had experienced in their lives.

Final thoughts: this was a wonderful book, and if you are grieving or know someone grieving, this might help to relate to them or give them some solace. ( )
  Floyd3345 | Jun 15, 2019 |
This book revisits the five stages in order to create a deeply empathetic and accessible guide for those left behind. With compassion and understanding the authors deliver insights and advice designed to help readers rebalance their lives and find the courage to continue.
Simon and Schuster, 2005, £12.99
  LibraryPAH | Oct 19, 2017 |
Ingegaan wordt op de vijf stadia van het rouwproces - ontkenning, woede, marchanderen, depressie en aanvaarding.
  pwrtt | Feb 24, 2017 |
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For my beloved granddaughters, Emma Sadie and Sylvia Anna, who kept me going when I kept going. - Elisabeth

For my two dear friends, Berry Berenson Perkins and Wayne Hutchinson; love never dies. - David
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On August 24, 2004, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross died. (Preface)

Anticipation heightens the senses and enhanced birthdays, holiday celebrations, vacations. (Introduction)

The stages have evolved since their introduction, and they have been very misunderstood over the past three decades.
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"In her first, seminal book, On Death and Dying, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross identified five stages of dying: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance. In the years that followed, it became evident that these stages applied not only to the process of accepting death, but also to accepting other difficult and catastrophic life experiences, such as losing a loved one." "In her final book, On Grief and Grieving, completed shortly before her death, Kubler-Ross and Life Lessons co-author David Kessler revisit the five stages in order to create a deeply empathetic and accessible guide for those left behind. With compassion and understanding, the authors deliver insights and advice designed to help readers rebalance their lives and find the courage to continue."--BOOK JACKET.

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