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Why is it so difficult to die?

Why is it so difficult to die?

Nyatanga, Brian

This work offers a practical "hands on" approach to helping people deal with the traumatic events surrounding loss, grief, death and bereavement. Real-lfe examples are used to show how certain strategies can have a positive impact upon people experiencing grief. Broad issues are examined, such as breaking "bad news", the problem of collusion, altered body image, and dealing with "sudden death". The authors adopt a "conversational style", supported by theoretical underpinnings, and the text should be of use to those caring for individuals during the complexities and challenges of the grief process

Book. English.
Published Dinton: Quay Books, 2001
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Statement of responsibility: Brian Nyatanga
ISBN: 1856420469, 9781856420464
Series: Palliative care series
Subject: Bereavement.; Terminally ill - Nursing care.; Palliative treatment.; 20040723123820.0; Terminal care.; Death Psychological aspects.