by Ann Marie Putter
There are few opportunities in today's ''hurry up and be over with it'' world that afford the bereaved a safe place to talk about and mention a loved one, especially one who died some time ago. These rituals give members of a gathering the time and place to acknowledge memories and tell others of the significance of this person in their lives. Ann Marie Putter gives us a bounty of creative ideas from her many years of experience in using ceremony and ritual as a vital part of grief group experiences. This is a small book, dense with creative suggestions.
Paperback, 88 pages.