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A Grief Companion : Practical support and a guiding hand through the darkness of loss, Paperback / softback Book

A Grief Companion : Practical support and a guiding hand through the darkness of loss Paperback / softback

Part of the Languages of Loss series

Paperback / softback


'This is a book that takes you by the hand and promises the gentlest comfort in the darkest of times.' Tamsin GreigA Grief Companion offers us practical help to use alongside the theory of Sasha Bate's debut book, Languages of Loss.

This guide gives us the starting points to begin our journeys of managing grief, providing us with space and pages to explore and process our feelings with Sasha's expert guidance. Sasha offers some optimism to let you know that you will find light and courage from out of this darkness, and you will be transformed by it.

Your grief will not leave you, but you will arrange yourself around it differently.

Split in to four sections, that can be read in any order - Mind, Body, Spirit and Everyday - this book explores the non-linear grief that you may be feeling and gives you permission to do your grief, your way.

Filled with suggestions, resources, advice for friends of the bereaved and a guiding hand, we hope this book will help you see some light in the darkness of grief. 'Explaining how the mind and body work together, A Grief Companion offers insights into the process of grieving.

The writing is energetic, down-to-earth and honest as Sasha Bates helps readers cope with the many layers and levels of grief.

A useful as well as a moving book.' Cathy Rentzenbrink, author of A Manual for Heartache


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