All Our Losses All Our Griefs

All Our Losses All Our Griefs Grief as a lifelong human experience is the scope of this absorbing book Kenneth Mitchell and Herbert Anderson explore the multiple dimensions of the problem including the origins and dynamics of gri

  • Title: All Our Losses All Our Griefs
  • Author: Kenneth R. Mitchell Herbert Anderson
  • ISBN: 9780664244934
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grief as a lifelong human experience is the scope of this absorbing book Kenneth Mitchell and Herbert Anderson explore the multiple dimensions of the problem, including the origins and dynamics of grief, loss throughout life, caring for those who grieve, and the theology of grieving This examination is enriched by vivid illustrations and case histories of individuals whoGrief as a lifelong human experience is the scope of this absorbing book Kenneth Mitchell and Herbert Anderson explore the multiple dimensions of the problem, including the origins and dynamics of grief, loss throughout life, caring for those who grieve, and the theology of grieving This examination is enriched by vivid illustrations and case histories of individuals whose experiences the authors have shared.

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    1. A discussion of grief, which can be caused by more than just death--it includes changes in life, jobs, etc. A great guide on understanding grief and working with people who are suffering it.

    2. A solid pastoral care resource for dealing with loss. I read this while at the Div School, before actually doing any work with grief. There were of course some things I took exception to, but by and large, I found it useful.

    3. Skip Elizabeth Kubler-Ross and jump straight to this outstanding and deeply moving account of grief as a dynamic force within each person. Sensitive, informed, and up to date even though it was written 20+ years ago. Very highly recommended for all pastors and mental health professionals.

    4. This book taught me a lot about all the different kinds of losses people experience and how they might affect people. It was refreshing to read that, for instance, losing an object can be almost the same as losing a person. Some of the language is a little dated, but I got over it quickly.

    5. This is a decent resource for people helping others walk through grief. They believe we experience many different forms of loss, all of which create grief.

    6. This book is a great resource for people or people who know pwople experiencing grief in any form in their lives. It defines grief and loss as a very ordinary occurence.

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