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by Doug Manning

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ISBN:
1892785013
Author:
Doug Manning
Language:
English
Publisher:
In Sight Books; 9 edition (May 1992)
Pages:
89 pages
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1665 kb
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1124 kb
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1614 kb
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4.8
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Graceful Passages, a small book with music and spoken-word CDs, was created to help people come to. .The Gift of Significance: Walking People Through a Loss by Doug Manning.

Graceful Passages, a small book with music and spoken-word CDs, was created to help people come to terms with death.

THE GIFT OF SIGNIFICANCE by Doug Manning Walking with people through a loss. THE JOURNEY OF GRIEF DVD by Doug Mannning A presentation of the grief journey captured in a one-on-one experience. Sit with Doug as he discusses the elements of the grief experience. THE NEXT PLACE by Warren Hanson A true work of art, walking you through the grief process in word and picture.

I was taking people s grief away from them instead of walking with them through the pain. There are certain tasks that help people adjust to a loss

I was taking people s grief away from them instead of walking with them through the pain. I thought if I could get them through the funeral without tears I had done a great job. I would do almost anything to keep them from crying. I told jokes at inappropriate times. Sitting down to read a book from Doug is like having a long conversation with a good friend. There are certain tasks that help people adjust to a loss. Every person will complete these tasks in his or her own time and in his/her own way. The.

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Digging through the Hoosac turned out to be a nightmare Hirschman published his first important book, The Strategy of Economic Development, in 1958.

Digging through the Hoosac turned out to be a nightmare. The project cost more than ten times the budgeted estimate. Most people would not have left a home in Chevy Chase and the security of a job in Washington to go to a Third World country where armed gangsters roamed the streets, because they would feel certain that Colombia was a mistake. Hirschman believed, as a matter of principle, that it was impossible to know whether Colombia would be a mistake. As it happened, the four years the family spent in Bogot√° were among its happiest. Hirschman published his first important book, The Strategy of Economic Development, in 1958.

This book should be the guidebook for health care professionals, caregivers, friends, clergy, support groups and hospice personnel in how to help others deal with the many issues surrounding a death. It outlines the importance of establishing the significance of the person, allowing for dying rituals and approaching grieving as a healthy process-not one to be avoided.
  • Anarasida
This book will answer the unknowns of the experience of dying or when death has occurred. As a funeral director it has helped me to help others. Doug no longer publishes this book, so get it!
  • unmasked
This is one of the best books I've read that explains why people do the things they do as they try to survive the grief of losing a loved one. Especially if you have lost a child. People who have not experienced this ultimate nightmare and pain are not able to understand what the bereaved parent is experiencing and often times their comments are inappropriate and not helpful at all to the parent in grief. Doug Manning does such a wonderful job of putting into words what so many grieving parents are not able to.

I lost my 12 year old son to an accident in 2000, and I recommend this book to anybody who is struggling with trying to survive a loss like this. I especially recommend it for others who want to try to be helpful, but don't know how.