Society & Culture:Philosophy
Loss affects all of us, yet many of us struggle to deal with it effectively. In today's podcast we talk to Christine Kortbein and Catherine Tyink about their new book, "Grief Reimagined: 50 Creative Ways to Build Resilience." The book presents 50 real-life stories of people who have dealt with their own loss in unique and creative ways. We talk about how rituals can help us break through emotional ruts and the importance of learning how to deal with small, everyday losses so we are prepared to cope with the grief that comes from major setbacks. The book is available for purchase at www.christinekortbein.com.
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