Grief Counseling Book Review and Certified Bereavement Counselors
Bereavement care for those who lose a loved one is a difficult process. Those left behind are left with a great gap in their heart. In some cases, this journey of adaptation is harder for others. In her memoir, “Staying Alive: A Love Story” by Laura Hayden, Laura writes about the loss of her husband. Below is a short review on her book. Simply click the link and review it for yourself and see if you are interested in reading her story of loss and eventual wholeness.
Kyle Kernan of the “Reminder News” writes:
The Windsor Locks Public Library hosted writer and teacher Laura B. Hayden on Jan. 24. Hayden read and discussed her memoir, “Staying Alive: A Love Story.” The memoir is a series of essays that chronicle her grieving process and her search for meaning after losing her husband 13 years ago.
Her husband, Larry, died at 49, when a blood clot dislodged from his lower leg where an artery had been removed during the process of by-pass surgery.
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Please consider reading her memoirs to maybe help yourself overcome sadness and loss. Certified Bereavement counselors can also learn from these stories how a person finds strength in writing about his or her own loss.
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