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Silent Grief by Christopher Lukas

Title Silent Grief
Author Christopher Lukas
Publisher Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Release 2007-04-15
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781846426100
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'This book gives insights into the pain and suffering involved when people are grieving for someone who has committed suicide, but it also offers hope without diminishing the significance of the suffering involved. As such, it has a lot to offer, and is therefore to be welcomed.' - Well-Being 'This book provides deep and valuable insight into the experiences of "suicide survivors" - those who have been left behind by the suicide of friend, family member or loved one.' - Therapy Today 'The personal stories are full of pathos interest and will clarify where the death leaves those left behind. The list of self-help groups is world wide and it will be useful that you can point the bereaved and traumatized in the right direction.' - Accident and Emergency Nursing Journal 'The authors describe powerfully the effect of suicide on survivors and the world of silence, shame, guilt and depression that can follow. Author Christopher Lake is a suicide survivor and co-author Henry Seiden is an experienced therapist and educator. They use sensitive and unambiguous language to provide an understanding of what it is like to live in the wake of suicide and the struggle to make sense of the world. They also look at how survivors might actively respond to their situation, rather than being passive victims. This book should be read by any professional who is likely to come into contact with people affected by suicide.' - Nursing Standard, October 2007 'The book is well written and relevant to both survivors and professionals concerned for the welfare of those bereaved by suicide.' - SOBS (Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide) Newsletter 'Silent grief is a book for and about "suicide survivors," defined as people who have experienced the death of a friend or relative through suicide, and for anyone who wants to understand what survivors go through. The book explains the profound, traumatic effect suicide has on individuals bereaved in such circumstances. Using verbatim quotes from survivors it explains how they experience feelings of shame, guilt, anger, doubt, isolation and depression. This book provides good insight into the experience of individuals affected by suicide and can be a useful resource to anybody working with such people - be it prisoners who have lost someone close through suicide or the family of a prisoner following a self-inflicted death in prison. - National Offender Management Service. Safer Custody News. Safer Custody Group. May/June 2007 Silent Grief is a book for and about "suicide survivors" - those who have been left behind by the suicide of a friend or loved one. Author Christopher Lukas is a suicide survivor himself - several members of his family have taken their own lives - and the book draws on his own experiences, as well as those of numerous other suicide survivors. These inspiring personal testimonies are combined with the professional expertise of Dr. Henry M. Seiden, a psychologist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist. The authors present information on common experiences of bereavement, grief reactions and various ways of coping. Their message is that it is important to share one's experience of "survival" with others and they encourage survivors to overcome the perceived stigma or shame associated with suicide and to seek support from self-help groups, psychotherapy, family therapy, Internet support forums or simply a friend or family member who will listen. This revised edition has been fully updated and describes new forms of support including Internet forums, as well as addressing changing societal attitudes to suicide and an increased willingness to discuss suicide publicly. Silent Grief gives valuable insights into living in the wake of suicide and provides useful strategies and support for those affected by a suicide, as well as professionals in the field of psychology, social work, and medicine.

Silent Grief by Clara Hinton

Title Silent Grief
Author Clara Hinton
Publisher New Leaf Publishing Group
Release 1998-02-01
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 176
ISBN 089221371X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Miscarriage has touched almost every home, although it's rarely talked-about. It's the invisible pain.. Even couples who are very close and on sure footing find it too upsetting to discuss. In Silent Grief, author Clara Hinton knows what she's talking about. Experiencing the heartbreak of child loss firsthand, she tackles this universal tragedy by talking with women and men who have dealt with miscarriage. These interviews shed much light on the debilitating effects of child loss, including consuming guilt, depression, and strained marriages. Acknowledging that God is the ultimate healer of hurting families, the author shows through her interviews and personal experiences that there is hope for functioning through child loss. But the goal goes beyond that, to help families be happy again, and look forward to the future.

Silent Grief by Clara Hinton

Title Silent Grief
Author Clara Hinton
Publisher New Leaf Publishing Group
Release 1998-02-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1614580758
Language English, Spanish, and French
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But now that he is Dead, Why should I fast? Can I bring him back again? I will go to him but he will not return to me (2 Samuel 12:23) Almost 200,000 couples in America each year suffer through the tragedy of miscarriage. And that statistic only tells us about first trimester miscarriages. The emotional pain of longer-term miscarriages, and the untold numbers of mothers and fathers who keep silent about their hurt, make this form of child loss especially cruel. But in Silent Grief, author Clara Hinton brings a clear message of hope through the cold mourning. Writing of her own grief, and interviewing scores of women and men, she offers not pat answers, but instead show us this: You are not alone. Additionally, the author touches the tears of other forms of child loss: stillbirth, missing children, and adult children who succumb to accident or illness. The moving, honest responses to these interviews tells the reader that through the tears and rage and awful silence, God still loves us and knows our children intimately. King David knew this. He knew that one day he would reunited with his child.

With Silent Care and Grief Opprest by Gaetano Donizetti

Title With Silent Care and Grief Opprest
Author Gaetano Donizetti
Publisher
Release 1849
Category
Total Pages 2
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Silent Grief by Kendra D. Graber

Title Silent Grief
Author Kendra D. Graber
Publisher
Release 2015-05-13
Category
Total Pages 130
ISBN 9780996365604
Language English, Spanish, and French
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There was no heartbeat. No flicker on the screen. How is a woman supposed to deal with the death of her baby that only weighed an ounce or less? Nothing prepares us for death in the early weeks of life within the womb. Is there a way to make it through the heartbreak that losing a tiny being can invoke? Silent Grief is one woman's experience at dealing with four miscarriages and the truths that gave her the freedom to grieve her precious babies. You will also find practical advice in threatening miscarriages, and the story of faith in the God who walked through it with her. Inside its covers, you will read of real-life accounts from other women who contributed their stories of early miscarriages, as well as a section of helpful tips for those looking on. Every heartbroken mother needs permission to grieve. "From the moment God breathed life into your baby, He also gave you the right to mourn the death of that same baby."

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Total Pages 193
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Title Silent Grief Healing and Hope 15 Inspirational Stories of Infertility Miscarriage and Child Loss
Author Danielle Lynn
Publisher Your Shift Matters Publishing
Release 2019-10-30
Category Medical
Total Pages 168
ISBN 9781513654508
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Has your journey to parenthood been paved with heartache and loss? Are you grieving in silence? Within these pages, you'll read gut wrenching, heartbreaking stories, that are also truly inspiring. The authors no longer grieve in silence. Instead, they openly share their stories in the spirit of providing hope and healing for those who read it.

Silent Grief by Henry M Seiden

Title Silent Grief
Author Henry M Seiden
Publisher
Release 1989
Category Bereavement
Total Pages 242
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Amazing Grace In the Midst of Grief
Author James L. Mayfield
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release 2011-04-14
Category Religion
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1621899047
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Amazing Grace in the Midst of Grief describes the grief process as well as providing insights and stories about many of the ways God's grace is at work in the midst of our grieving. The closer one has been to the person who has died, the more intense and lengthy the journey through grief will be. This book describes ways God's grace accompanies and aids us as we move through the dark valley of grief. When we accept the gifts of grace, we are able to affirm life and our lives, even when life and our lives are not the way we want. God's grace is with us in our grief, pushing and pulling us through. Because of this grace, we have the strength to face life and the power to move on.

Loss Grief and Transformation by Shoshana Ringel

Title Loss Grief and Transformation
Author Shoshana Ringel
Publisher Routledge
Release 2021-10-22
Category Psychology
Total Pages 282
ISBN 1000462005
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is a timely and relevant book for psychotherapists and psychoanalysts who process loss both in their own lives and in the lives of their patients, offering perspectives from a range of theoretical backgrounds, clinical vignettes and personal insights. This volume addresses the scope of grief and mourning between the therapeutic dyad, and carefully examines how the patient and therapist experience intersect and imbue the analytic space and the therapeutic process. The book examines personal loss of parents and partners, as well as loss generated by mass trauma through the lens of the Holocaust, the immigrant experience, the COVID-19 pandemic and the environment. There are chapters that cover how the lost other continues to live within one’s mind, and within the analytic relationship, how loss impacts one’s internal self system, and how loss associated with traumatic experience with the deceased continues to reverberate. With a unique focus on the therapist’s personal experience of loss, and how it shapes the clinical situation, as well as a broad range of perspectives on managing and working with loss in patients, this is an invaluable book for all practicing psychoanalysts and psychotherapists.

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