ELIZABETH KUBLER ROSS SOBRE EL DUELO Y EL DOLOR PDF
Sobre el duelo y el dolor (Spanish Edition) eBook: Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, David Kessler, Silvia Guiu Navarro: : Kindle Store. Esta obra es el legado final de Elisabeth Kübler- Ross, la autoridad más respetada dentro del campo de la muerte y el proceso de morir. Poco antes de fallecer. Sobre el duelo y el dolor: Elisabeth ; Kessler, David Kübler-Ross: Books –
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I found it most helpful to read this boo Here’s what my three stars mean for this book: The loss happens in time, in fact in a moment, but it’s aftermath lasts a lifetime. It made me see myself as someone who wasn’t totally crazy at the time of my grief.
I was really reading this elizabfth familiarize myself with what a close friend is going through at the moment, but found that it was quite insightful for me, as someone who has also experienced the loss of loved ones.
Dr Kubler-Ross believed in the dignity of living with dying. Although the authors focused on loss thru death — those who expierence loss in other ways, such as thru divorce, loss of job, loss of health, can also benefit from the wisdom presented in this book. In reading the book, I gained a lot of insight about myself, my life, how I have handled losses, and why I have experienced certain emotions at certain times.
And yet I feel compelled to keep reading even through the tears. But losing a close relationship in general can oftentimes push us into stages of grief. It didn’t help me “get over it”, but it did help me to see that I will never really “get over” this kind of a loss. Feb 05, Bob Grommes rated it really liked it. It also showed that I was normal and even shared similar coping strategies to some of the people shown in the book.
The idea that one of the very authors died during the writing of this book, makes it that much more “believable” and certainly close to home for the reader.
This book served to be my guide to surviving my mother’s xuelo without feeling alone, misunderstood, helpless, or -worse- hopeless. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jun 20, India rated it it was amazing. Detalles del producto Casete de audio Editor: My mom was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer.
This was a tough book to read at times, it brought me to tears, it tore out my heart brought up memories and in a way helped bring some of my grief to the surface. Further, the book suggested offensive and silly ideas, such as a grieving spouse is likely to lose most of his or her couple friends. By hearing some of the most intimate and sensitive feelings expressed by those men and women, it is hoped that we may learn more about death and lessen our own anxieties about the natural course of our lives.
She was the recipient of twenty honorary degrees and by July had taught, in her estimation,students in death and dying courses in colleges, seminaries, medical schools, hospitals, and social-work institutions. I am shocked at the editing, and again and again found myself re-reading sentences because sbre were written so badly.
During anniversaries and holidays, we would be especially pained. Grief is a part of the healing. You will be asked how much did you love and how much service did you do for mankind. Duello highly recommend this book. The book has abundant sound advices for grieving.
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Years ago, kuble I was a new nurse, I read On Death and Dying and learned so much about how to care for those in their last weeks, days, hours. Refresh and try again. The authors of this book seem very level-headed and not stuck on the idea of medicating and “moving on” so quickly.
This was the first book to confront an issue that society wanted to hide away in the privacy elizabsth people’s homes – how to deal with death. In short I needed this book at this time – I will probably buy my own copy as I found it very comforting and very powerful. Perhaps it’s just that I’ve read other grief books that have done the topics more justice, in more detail and using more resonating examples and wording. The authors state that, “if you do not take the time to grieve, you cannot find a future in which loss is remembered and honored without pain.