by Granger E. Westburg
Since its first edition in 1962, Good Grief has been a standard and valued resource of information and comfort for people facing loss, whether from the death of a loved one, a divorce, a change in job status, or another grievous loss. With gentle wisdom and compassionate insight this 64-page handbook provides guidance and hope. Westberg, a pioneer in wholistic health care and the interrelationship of religion and medicine, speaks in a voice that is clear and easy to understand. A best selling classic.
Paperback, 64 pages.
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All of the books I have ordered from Compassion Books for friends and for my own use have been spot-on. Exactly the message that a grieving person needs to hear. "Good Grief" is one that I have shared with many people and they have all remarked what a thoughtful and caring gift it is. If you want to show compassion and concern for grieving friends in a meaningful way - ACompassion Books is the place to go.