Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief: New Understandings of Grief

Continuing Bonds New Understandings of Grief New Understandings of Grief This new book gives voice to an emerging consensus among bereavement scholars that our understanding of the grief process needs to be expanded The dominant th century model holds that the function o

  • Title: Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief: New Understandings of Grief
  • Author: Dennis Klass
  • ISBN: 9781560323365
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This new book gives voice to an emerging consensus among bereavement scholars that our understanding of the grief process needs to be expanded The dominant 20th century model holds that the function of grief and mourning is to cut bonds with the deceased, thereby freeing the survivor to reinvest in new relationships in the present Pathological grief has been defined in tThis new book gives voice to an emerging consensus among bereavement scholars that our understanding of the grief process needs to be expanded The dominant 20th century model holds that the function of grief and mourning is to cut bonds with the deceased, thereby freeing the survivor to reinvest in new relationships in the present Pathological grief has been defined in terms of holding on to the deceased Close examination reveals that this model is based on the cultural values of modernity than on any substantial data of what people actually do.

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    1. I agree with the authors'/researchers' basic premise hereat our relationships with loved ones who have passed don't endey continue, but in a different way. This book was enormously helpful and comforting to me, as well as just being interesting. I would recommend it to anyone trying to better understand their own grief journey, and who is trying to integrate their grief/loss into their life, rather than try to get past it as quickly as possible.

    2. Another book used in undergraduate work. This is a wonderful book and I refer to it often in my writing on grief. I was especially interested in figuring out and learning about positive connections to deceased loved ones. We in the west seem to put a limit on grief. As a sculptor of posthumous individuals created for prayer gardens and cemeteries, I was very interested in finding out about healthy continuing bonds. This is what I do with my work. Help individuals to grieve and heal through healt [...]

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