Death Without Denial, Grief Without Apology: A Guide for Facing Death and Loss

NewSage Press, 2002 - 119 pages
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When her husband was dying from prostate cancer, former Oregon Governor Barbara Roberts had to look inside herself to survive. What she found in that journey fills the pages of this frank but inspiring book. Written for both the patient facing death and those he or she leaves behind, Death Without Denial, Grief Without Apology shows readers how to abandon the silence that too often accompanies these natural processes and find peace within them. Chapter titles include “A Culture in Denial,” “Hospice,” “Permission to Be Weird,” “The Long Slow Climb Back,” and “Reaching Out to Others.”

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Death Without Denial Grief Without Apology A Guide for Facing Death and Loss by Barbara K. Roberts This subject is a touch one for most of us, and because it involves so much pain it is a subject that ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Roberts serves on the board of trustees for several major organizations in Oregon and Washington.

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