written by Harold Ivan Smith
The death of a friend is often considered to be a less significant experience than that of a family member. Friends often feel shunted aside or marginalized in the grieving process. They sometimes feel they don't have permission to grieve. In this helpful booklet, author Harold Ivan Smith explores the concept of "friendgrief" and offers compassionate guidance for those who have suffered the death of a friend and yearn to come to terms with their loss.
Paperback, 55 pages.