This comforting book gently helps people navigate their way through the pain of losing a loved one during the pandemic restrictions.
Losing a loved one can be a lonely, isolating and disorientating experience. This has perhaps been felt even more keenly in the time of a global pandemic.
Many have experienced the traumatic situation of losing someone with no one there to hold their hand or hear their cry. Mourning has been done quietly and unobserved. Loved ones have been laid to rest with few to witness it.
As the pandemic recedes and people talk about returning to normal life, how do you navigate your way through grief when your life will never be the same again?
This honest and gentle book will help you understand your feelings and find hope in this strange land called grief.
This book is specifically for those who have lost a loved one during pandemic restrictions. On top of the disorientating feelings of loss and grief, you may also be feeling the pain of not having been able to say a final goodbye, or not having been able to have the funeral you would have wished. The restrictions imposed by the lockdown have added extra levels of grief that perhaps others do not see. This book is a gentle and comforting guide to help you understand your feelings and help you to deal with your grief in a way that is right for you.
- Provides specific help to those who have lost loved ones during the pandemic
- Sensitively unpacks the extra layers of grief that have been experienced due to lockdown restrictions
- Puts grief into words and helps the reader understand the emotions they are feeling
- Allows someone to process their grief in a way that works for them
- Provides comfort for those who know that life will not return to normal once Covid is over
- Helpful for anyone who feels that they have not been able to grieve a loved one properly due to Coronavirus restrictions
- Helps people work through the complex feelings of guilt they may feel if they were unable to visit their loved ones at their time of need, or were unable to attend a funeral
- Allows anyone who has had to grieve alone to find a way to express their loss
- A thoughtful and helpful resource to give to someone who you know is bereaved
- Suitable for whatever stage someone is in their bereavement journey
- Quantity packs enable this resource to be used by churches, funeral directors, grief charities, or counselling services to help those who are grieving
- Written by the author of Postcards from the Land of Grief
- Pages - 48
- Binding - Paperback
- Publisher - Authentic Media