Apr 28, 2022
Unexpressed grief from the past may be one of the most overlooked public crises of our time. Says my guest, Hope Edelman today-who is a strong voice and influential figure in the bereavement field and her books have helped countless people, especially women, as she wrote about mother loss. And mother loss, doesn’t necessarily mean loss by death. There is abandonment, separation, neglect…
Her new book is one of the most important books I’ve encountered one the topic. It’s called The AfterGrief: Finding Your Way Along the Long Arc of Loss.
As the title suggests, adjusting to loss is a lifelong process but as you’ll learn from this conversation-it doesn't have to be a lifelong struggle.
The AfterGrief is where we learn to live with a central paradox of bereavement: that a loss can recede in time and yet remain so exquisitely present.
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