Have you ever had a question about grief such as “When will grief end?”, “Why am I so easily overwhelmed?”, or “How will I survive?”
Richard Ballo’s Grief 50 Question and Answers identifies 50 of the most compelling questions one might ask after the death of a loved one.
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What the Experts Say
Richard Ballo couldn’t be more right, “Grieving is a messy business.” Richard has done an insightful job of identifying 50 of the most compelling questions one might ask after the death of a loved one. Questions that normalize our grief and answers that give us hope.
– Gloria C. Horsley Ph.D., President of Open to Hope Foundation, and internationally known grief expert, psychotherapist, and bereaved parent.
Richard Ballo’s Grief 50 Questions and Answers helped me work through my personal struggles with grief. I am now thankful to have this incredible source to recommend to my clients.
– Mark Barone MSW, LICSW, Trauma and Grief Therapist
About the Author
Richard Ballo has gone through the grief of losing a loved one, has been a single father, and understands the daily struggles of life. He was able to identify those struggles in Janice Riddle’s story, and was inspired to bring to them to life in this award-winning book. Richard is frequent radio talk show guest speaking on overcoming obstacles, grief and healing.
Author: Richard Ballo
Publisher: Tolman Main Press
Format: Paperback: 140 pages, dimensions: 5.5 x 7.5
Retail Price: $14.95
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