The Grieving Process: Letting Go With Love

Grief and loss go hand in hand. The process of grieving is the way we release relationships and established ways of thinking and being to begin life again after the loss of a loved one. Beginnings and endings starts and finishes, births and deaths, and separations are part of the human condition. They are the unavoidable rhythms and cycles that make life a dynamic ever-changing process. We grieve after a loss. The grieving process helps to let go with love  of the past and engage in the future. This easy-to-read book gives  clear,  soothing and reassuring advice to the bereaved, gently guiding the reader through the troubled emotional waters when losing a loved one. Letting go of the past and being receptive to something new.  It uniquely focuses on relationships and has  general chapters on the process of grieving but also has  specific chapters on death of a spouse, a child, a lover, a sibling, parents and death of self. It highlights ways people die by a disease, suicide, violence or in another catastrophic way. And offers healing procedures and promises of survival and a renewed life. It is significant for every family member including , friends and lovers. Endorsed by Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross it is an International best seller. The Third Edition has several new chapters and continues to be the best book for coping with grief.

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The Grieving Process

The Grieving Process: Letting Go With Love Third Revised Edition

ISBN: 978-0-9830642-6-8
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This book is a best seller in Mexico and other Spanish Speaking Countries, and has been in print for 34 years and is translated to 7 languages.

To date it has sold over 400,000 copies.

Nancy O’Connor has been on the Oprah Winfrey Show, LA Today, several radio shows in the USA and in Mexico. She was a workshop leader in London at an International Gerontology Conference, in Australia and Tokyo, Japan.

Nancy O'Connor has presented professional papers in Athens, Madrid and Paris.