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Being a Widow
Being a Widow
Author: Lynn Caine
Caine offers practical advice and guidance to women lost in the loneliness and stress of widowhood. She writes candidly about the universal issues of grief -- the impact of death, depression, legal and financial problems, re-emerging sexuality, dreams, and more.
ISBN-13: 9780140130256
ISBN-10: 014013025X
Publication Date: 1/1/1990
Pages: 261
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Publisher: Penguin Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
Members Wishing: 1
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Provides comfort and sound guidance to women trying to carry on.
For women facing the loneliness and stress of widowhood, here is a self-help book of the very best kind, filled with practical and reassuring advice for every stage of recovery. The author offers comforr and guidance on such questions as:
How do you respond to tactless remarks from well-meaning people?
How do you cope when you can't eat or sleep?
What is the best way to handle the estate, the insurance?
Where can you find a support group?
Will the pain and anger EVER go away?
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