Living With Loss

The death of a loved one signals changes - large and small - in the lives of survivors. A loss to death heightens feelings of loneliness, vulnerability and anxiety. The first twelve months following such a loss are extremely chaotic. C.S. Lewis declared, "In grief, nothing 'stays put.'

One keeps on emerging from a phase, but it always reoccurs."

Living With Loss will help you identify ten steps to grief recovery.