10 edition of Liberating losses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-204) and index.
|Statement||Jennifer Elison, Chris McGonigle.|
|LC Classifications||BF789.D4 E52 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||2002113415|
Liberating Losses: When Death Brings Relief by Jennifer Elison at Karnac Books. Sign in to My Account. Browse by Category. New Titles. Forthcoming Titles. Authors. Series. Liberating Losses: Price £ Print. £ Usually despatched within working days. Get this from a library! Liberating losses: when death brings relief. [Jennifer Elison; Chris McGonigle] -- When someone dies, those left behind are expected to grieve. But, as taboo as it is to admit, not every death brings great sadness. Labeled "nontraditional loss response" by therapists, a positive.
For such cases, do not abandon this book just because there are references to them. If it does not work for you, just ignore those are a lot more material in this book that can benefit Christian leaders. Trust me. This book is worth reading, especially for those of us called to the pastoral care ministry. Rating: stars of 5. conrade. While she taught us the patterns of grieving and expected outcomes, she also spoke of those times when death is not a loss, but a relief. In her book "Liberating Losses" published by Lifelong Books, a member of the Perseus Books group, she shares not only her story, but the stories of others who have felt a sense of relief when death occurred.
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This is the lynchpin of this book; the point of departure from more traditional books on the death response. The title Liberating Losses is itself refreshing. Using autobiography and other case studies, the authors contest this common thesis as well.
Liberating Losses by Chris McGonigle,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(27). Liberating Losses agrees that when someone dies, those left behind are expected to grieve.
But, as taboo as it is to admit, not every death brings great sadness. Labeled "nontraditional grief response" by therapists and counselors, a positive reaction following a death is becoming more common, especially now that drugs and medical treatments keep people alive much longer Author: Looking in The Distance.
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Excellent book if you’re struggling with guilt concerning the death of a loved one. Whether you’ve suffered at the hands of an abusive parent or spouse then they passed away or you’ve just had a long hard journey as a caregiver, this book is a Godsend/5.
Liberating Losses is a book about the ways caregivers cope with the grief and losses thrust upon them when living with persons who have chronic illnesses and endless medical treatments. It enlightens us about the emotional baggage from abysmal conflict associated with the lives and deaths of persons close to us.
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Liberating Losses: When Death Brings Relief, By Jennifer Elison and Chris Mcgonigle. Sometimes we are relieved that our loved one is no longer suffering; at the other end of the spectrum, a death might finally free us of an abusive or unhappy relationship.It’s natural for an outsider to think those thoughts when they hear an abusive parent died.
Yet for the child of an abuser, regardless of their age, there is still grief. Albeit, a different kind of grief. For the average person, the loss of a parent is a loss of memories.
For the victim of abuse, it is the loss .Get this from a library! Liberating losses: when death brings relief. [Jennifer Elison; Chris McGonigle] -- Presents advice on grieving for a loved one after death, examining some of the mixed feelings that can be felt after the loss of someone with whom one has had a difficult relationship or nursed.