A new and timely exploration of the long-term grieving process, from NYT-bestselling author and expert on grief and loss, Hope Edelman.
Hope Edelman is an expert on grief and loss. She has written seven books, including the New York Times bestseller Motherless Daughters. She has received several awards for her work, notably the Pushcart Prize for Creative Non-Fiction and the 2020 Community Educator Award from the Association of Death Educators and Counselors. She lives and works in Los Angeles and Iowa City but facilitates grief workshops all over the world. She has contacts at international bereavement trusts including in the UK and Australia, and is due to begin studying remotely for a masters in Narrative Therapy at the University of Melbourne.
An invaluable, outstanding and unique resource laced with
empathy, wisdom and constructive ideas for those whose lives have
been touched by loss and tragedy. * Dr Shelley Gilbert MBE,
Founder and President of Grief Encounter and author of Griefbook
Hope Edelman remains unmatched in perfectly weaving touching personal anecdotes with illuminating scientific data, to remind us we are not alone. The author of the seminal Motherless Daughters continues to be at the forefront of changing how the world understands loss, and The AfterGrief is no exception. * Rachel Reichblum of That Good Grief *
In the 1970s the phone rang one Friday afternoon when I was aged thirteen and I was told my mum was dead. If I'd had a road map like this for dealing with grief it would have changed my childhood. * Tony Livesey, journalist and broadcaster at BBC Radio 5 Live *
A mix of personal stories and advice from bereavement expert Hope Edelman * Woman's Weekly *