A Help in Grief
Coping with the death of someone close
A high quality paperback of 145 pages written in an accessible and friendly style.
Outlines both the practical issues at the time of a bereavement, such as registering a death, the funeral, and
executing a will, and the emotional journey as we mourn and grieve. It provides clear, straightforward
advice and help.
The authors are a father and son, a GP and a minister. All have lost very close relatives and write from personal
and professional experience.
Widely used by those who meet with the bereaved, including many churches and others in counselling. Substantial discount for orders from churches.
Selected for People's Book Prize, Spring 2011
"I wish I'd read it when my wife died"
"I've been looking for something like this"