Author(s): Robert A. Neimeyer
Lessons of Loss explores how we react to loss, both physical and social, and adapt to it. Within the diversity of types of loss, Neimeyer recognizes and explores common themes and challenges that characterize the loss experience. The book is organized into three parts: those who grieve, those who help, and personal applications. This new edition has been updated and expanded to include all caregivers, not just the professional therapist.