In this comforting and deeply thoughtful book, the author offers a series of simple grief rituals, among them the venting of feelings, letter writing, affirmations, exercises to act out negative emotions as well as forgiveness, fantasies, meditations, and more. Adult children of alcoholics, victims of incest and assault, and those who have ended a relationship, lived through a natural disaster, wrecked a car, or suffered any kind of loss, will find that these rituals move them beyond loss to forgiveness, gratitude and a new sense of life.
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Elaine Childs-Gowel, RN, MN, MPH, Ph.D., completed her nursing degree at Yale University, her Public Health degree at Tulane University, and her Ph.D. in Anthropology at the University of Washington. She has been teaching, healing, counseling, and practicing psychotherapy for more than 20 years. She is currently in private practice as a Shaman, healer, and Clinical Transactional Analyst in Seattle, working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. Elaine is well known in the Northwest, Canada, and Europe and in TA circles as a therapist and workshop leader, particularly through her work relating Transitional Analysis with the body. She has created many workshops for healing grief and considers herself a spiritual midwife.Review:
"Good Grief Rituals" is a powerful and progressive nonstop means of transformating grief into enlightened resolution. -- Sandra Landsman author of "Fond a Place fo Me and I'm Special"
Finally, here is a practial book that shows us how to get through that most difficult and pervasive human experience. Step by step, we are shown how to cross it's dark valley and arrive safely at the golden light of a new dawn. -- Pamela Levin, R.N. author of "Cycles of Power and Becoming the Way We Were"
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