Unless we die young, each of us will lose a loved one. Our loss is not just an emotional loss, it is physical, psychological, social and intellectual.
This book addresses grief through the psychological and physiological reaction of the brain and body to loss. There is no right length of time to grieve. It takes the time it needs.
We will all find our way back to who we were.
About the Author
Richard Ballo is an awarded author. He was a stay at home dad with his 2 young sons until his wife died and then he became a single parent. He is a parent educator with the International Network of Children and Families, and a grandfather of three boys. He enjoys reading stories to children.
Author: Richard Ballo
Publisher: Tolman Main Press
Format: Paperback: 97 pages, dimensions: 5 x 7
Retail Price: $8.99
Lindsay Pursglove –
It’s ironic how things come into your life when you least expect it. This book came into my hands when I least expected it. And I’m so glad it did, because I’m 3 years into my grief cycle after the sudden and unexpected death of my father. 360 degrees of Grief sums up the cycle, and how you can get back to your normal before loss. That is something I have been trying to do since day 1 of the loss of my Dad. Yet, everyone tells you, that’s not how it (grief) works. Thank you for validating life after loss by sharing your story with Lisa and experiences. This book is actually the first grief book I have been able to read and finish because I relate to it. I highly recommend this book as a guide for anyone navigating the path after loss.