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This is the third book in the Living in Harmony with the Real World series.Coping with loss and grief is a very personal process.Each culture, religion, group, family and person has to find their own path when confronted to these very important challenges.This book will help guide you along your own personal journey towards self-healing and supporting those suffering aroun This is the third book in the Living in Harmony with the Real World series.Coping with loss and grief is a very personal process.Each culture, religion, group, family and person has to find their own path when confronted to these very important challenges.This book will help guide you along your own personal journey towards self-healing and supporting those suffering around you.We will look at how others confront these steps and standard approaches.However, the strength and difference of this book is that we look at who you are, who or what you have lost.Of your honest relationship with that which is gone, and finally, the ways and means that would be best suited to you to deal with this.


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This is the third book in the Living in Harmony with the Real World series.Coping with loss and grief is a very personal process.Each culture, religion, group, family and person has to find their own path when confronted to these very important challenges.This book will help guide you along your own personal journey towards self-healing and supporting those suffering aroun This is the third book in the Living in Harmony with the Real World series.Coping with loss and grief is a very personal process.Each culture, religion, group, family and person has to find their own path when confronted to these very important challenges.This book will help guide you along your own personal journey towards self-healing and supporting those suffering around you.We will look at how others confront these steps and standard approaches.However, the strength and difference of this book is that we look at who you are, who or what you have lost.Of your honest relationship with that which is gone, and finally, the ways and means that would be best suited to you to deal with this.

30 review for Living in Harmony with the Real World Vol 3: Coping with Loss and Grief

  1. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘To find inner harmony - discover and accept our true values, expectations and reactions’ British author Gary Edward Gedall earned is degree in Management Sciences from Ashton University while simultaneously acting and writing plays, worked in the US and Canada, returned to the UK to work as a computer network administrator and programmer and professional psychic. He earned his Bachelor's and Masters degrees in psychology from the Universities of Geneva Lausanne He also completed an advanced cour ‘To find inner harmony - discover and accept our true values, expectations and reactions’ British author Gary Edward Gedall earned is degree in Management Sciences from Ashton University while simultaneously acting and writing plays, worked in the US and Canada, returned to the UK to work as a computer network administrator and programmer and professional psychic. He earned his Bachelor's and Masters degrees in psychology from the Universities of Geneva Lausanne He also completed an advanced course in Shamanism Studies, and now writes books influenced by his experience in hypnosis. His books to date include REMEMBER, ADVENTURES WITH THE MASTER, the ISLAND OF SERENITY Series, and his LIVING IN HARMONY WITH THE REAL WORLD Series which includes FUNDAMENTALS, FAMILY & FRIENDS, WORK PARADISE OR PURGATORY and now COPING WITH LOSS AND GRIEF. Gary is a register psychotherapist and psychologist trained in Ericksonian hypnosis. His extensive background provides him with in depth knowledge and talent for communication as he leads us through his explanations while guiding us through the difficult subjects of loss and grief. In examining how different cultures, societies and traditions deal with death, Gary discusses the traditions of Catholic, Baptist, Jewish, Islamic, African, Buddhist, Hindu, South American Shamanic, North American Shamanic, Chinese, and Mexican traditions, discussing the similarities and differences in customs and practices. He outlines the wide range of possible reactions to loss – shock/disbelief/denial, anger, sadness/despondency/depression, guilt, satisfaction, unfinished business, distance/disinterest/neutrality or nothing at all, arriving finally at acceptance, compassion and spiritual peace. As he states in his overview, ‘Coping with loss and grief is a very personal process. Each culture, religion, group, family and person has to find their own path when confronted to these very important challenges. This book will help guide you along your own personal journey towards self-healing and supporting those suffering around you. We will look at how others confront these steps and standard approaches. However, the strength and difference of this book is that we look at who you are, who or what you have lost. Of your honest relationship with that which is gone, and finally, the ways and means that would be best suited to you to deal with this.’ Published during the time of increased loss of both life and health and living values, this book is especially helpful in understanding the global similarities of our losses, and in providing this overview, there is comfort in understanding. A very valuable, yet very accessible book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sam Smith

    As the the blurb indicates this is the third book in the Living in Harmony series and I plan to go on and read them all. I came across this volume as I was going through a difficult time and a friend loaned me a copy of the book, which I’m very grateful for, as I found it to be full of invaluable help and advice. After reading this book I’m sure the other volumes in the series will provide some helpful guidance as well. The author Gary Edward Gedall has both the fundamental knowledge and experien As the the blurb indicates this is the third book in the Living in Harmony series and I plan to go on and read them all. I came across this volume as I was going through a difficult time and a friend loaned me a copy of the book, which I’m very grateful for, as I found it to be full of invaluable help and advice. After reading this book I’m sure the other volumes in the series will provide some helpful guidance as well. The author Gary Edward Gedall has both the fundamental knowledge and experience that guides us through the difficult elements of loss, grief and the stages that most people need to deal with in order to navigate their way through such challenging times, and to come out the other side stronger and more in tune with ourselves. I highly recommend to anyone who is struggling to cope with grief and loss, and even to take on the pointers now as unfortunately we all have to deal with these moments in life.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Janalyn Prude

    A real life way of being The first surprise was to read that it wasn’t just about familial loss grief could come about when we lose our home, our job ATC then it goes on further detail the different traditions of loss brother cultures and this is a part of the book I found most interesting and although it does come around to talk about grief when it takes to the individual knowing the steps to grief and most importantly that everyone’s grief is different. They had so much more in the book I just A real life way of being The first surprise was to read that it wasn’t just about familial loss grief could come about when we lose our home, our job ATC then it goes on further detail the different traditions of loss brother cultures and this is a part of the book I found most interesting and although it does come around to talk about grief when it takes to the individual knowing the steps to grief and most importantly that everyone’s grief is different. They had so much more in the book I just thought those were the top takeaways but after reading it you may find something different you find important to you because that is another thing that all through the therapist talked about in the book and we are all different and our reactions are just different. I highly recommend this book and I love this book Siri‘s and can’t wait to see what is next. What a great book!I was surprised to find out this book belongs to a series of books. The first thing about how we get along with the family 💘 and the second is work related and I couldn’t help but want to read them all. And this book particular I found they were real life strategies on how to deal with grief and being someone who has lost a child, a husband and a mother I was curious to see what the book would be about.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Robin Red

    As the synopsis describes, dealing with grief and loss is a very personal experience which many individuals sometimes forget. Two people may experience a loss of the same thing at the same time, however we do all deal with this grief in different manners. Yes we usually all go through the same stages of grief and loss but we deal with them in our own personal way and that’s why I found this to be an invaluable read. This book is number 3 in a series of books from this author and I have to say I As the synopsis describes, dealing with grief and loss is a very personal experience which many individuals sometimes forget. Two people may experience a loss of the same thing at the same time, however we do all deal with this grief in different manners. Yes we usually all go through the same stages of grief and loss but we deal with them in our own personal way and that’s why I found this to be an invaluable read. This book is number 3 in a series of books from this author and I have to say I really like his approach. It makes so much sense, we are all individuals who act and think differently and this book delves into who you are as an individual rather than a “one size fits all” approach. It takes a deeper look at what would benefit you as you journey through self discovery and self healing. Highly recommended from me, and I look forward to reading more from Gedall.

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