A LIVING LOSS: Surviving Separation From a Loved One
A LIVING LOSS: Surviving Separation From a Loved One focuses on living loss—when a person becomes estranged from a loved one who still lives - a friend, a partner or a family member. This book focuses on a forced estrangement, wherein one family member (the enforcer) refuses to see another family member (the enforced). There is not necessarily any explanation, which can lead to grief, depression, and eventual decline in health.
When a family member is lost to death, the grieving process is shattering. Lives are changed; hearts are broken. Yet, even in the depths of despair, there is hope. There is help, too—therapists, support groups, and other family members. A living loss is soul wounding. Support is often not available for those experiencing this loss. They grieve alone. Resolution is extremely difficult.
Even in estrangement, there is hope. Author Barbara Rombough is ready to help you heal. She uses cognitive therapy strategies, relaxation techniques, and so much more to help mend the brokenhearted. It is possible to emerge a different person, renewed with strength, inner peace, and acceptance, whether or not the broken family bonds are ever healed.
- Trafford Publishing, May 2011
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