Book Review: “Someone Died…Now What?” by Corrie SirotaOctober 8, 2015 at 1:00 am | Posted in Books | 1 Comment
Tags: Book Review, Non-Fiction
From the back cover: Someone Died… Now What? is a GPS for grieving. This book provides Guidance, Perspective and Support to help you navigate your way through the grief process. Whether someone you love has died or someone you know is struggling with a loss, this book addresses many of the issues and questions that surface, providing concrete assistance on what to do immediately following a death, how to deal with feelings of sadness, anger and guilt, non-death losses and how to support grieving children. You will learn that grief is an ongoing process, and is as unique and individual as you are.
Ms. Sirota tells us “Grief is a process, not an event”. Once we have experienced the death of someone there is no going back as much as we would desperately want to. We need to find our way forward. Ms. Sirota explains, “It’s not about forgetting your loved one and moving on; it’s about taking the experience of loss, the memory of the loved one and finding a space for that grief while creating new normals”. Within these pages you will find the tools we need not only to help us through the mourning process but to help us understand and better manage our grief. Here is someone who understands the situation and is there with an open arm around our shoulder. I think this book is an invaluable tool and should be on everyone’s bookshelf. At some point we are all going to need it. The information provided within these pages is priceless and this book would make a great gift to give to friends and family to help them in their time of need.
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