The loss of an emotionally significant
Help for self-help and serving models of the news
The idea for this book got me thinking, how would I build it now?! One is the view from the "bell tower", which is far from the fire caused by the loss, it becomes quite another when it has burned to ashes around you.
In the last two years, I have lost five very close people - part of my family and friends - to death. Every time I get to that sentence and … I stop writing. It is so much easier to line up the words when you are at the first "bell tower". You look at things only rationally and scientifically. Your essence - your soul, your emotions are largely protected.
I remembered a quote from the Mahabharata that I had included in the conclusion of the guidebook: "The strangest thing in the world is that people can die all around us, and we don't realize that it can happen to us!".
But it can happen... You stop thinking, feeling, you only function...
- The loss of an emotionally significant
- Self-help aid and models for breaking the news
|Shared experiences||8 p.|
|First chapter||18 p.|
|Critical situation and psychological crisis||18 p.|
|Specificity of grief reactions||36 p.|
|Setting up a crisis intervention||45 pages|
|Crisis psychological counseling in the early stages of the bereavement period||49 p.|
|Models of psychological crisis counseling when breaking news of a death||64 p|
|Second chapter||72 p.|
|Reporting a death by phone||75 p.|
|Models for working with loved ones immediately after the news of a death has occurred||82 p.|
|Third chapter||122 pages|
|Experiences immediately following the loss||122 pages|
|Coping in the early weeks of the grieving process||128 pages|
|Instead of a conclusion||136 pages|