Living in Harmony with the Real World Volume 3: Coping with Loss and Grief (Paperback)

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This is the third book in the Living in Harmony with the Real World series.

Coping with loss and grief is a very personal process.

Each culture, religion, group, family and person has to find their own path when confronted to these very important challenges.

This book will help guide you along your own personal journey towards self-healing and supporting those suffering around you.

We will look at how others confront these steps and standard approaches.

However, the strength and difference of this book is that we look at who you are, who or what you have lost.

Of your honest relationship with that which is gone, and finally, the ways and means that would be best suited to you to deal with this.

The Author

Gary Edward Gedall BSc, License, (BSc +), MSc, DAS, state registered Psychologist, Psychotherapist, specialist in Family, Transcultural Therapy and Hypnosis.


In well over 20 years of successfully working with Individuals, Couples and Families, Gary Gedall has confronted a vast array of relationship problems and difficulties.

With a wide range of both personal and clinical experience and a light and accessible writing style he is most capable to help and instruct his public.

Product Details
ISBN: 9782940535699
ISBN-10: 2940535698
Publisher: From Words to Worlds
Publication Date: February 10th, 2021
Pages: 300
Language: English

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