How to Survive a Loss

8a47c6cee384a5070122bae98d20073aAlmost everyone suffers a loss from time to time. Sometimes it can be a small loss, sometimes a major loss like the death of a loved one. It’s always difficult, and it can seem like the end of the world.

The best information that you could possibly have to help you survive a serious loss is a book called, “How to Survive the Loss of a Love”. It was written by three people; a medical doctor, a psychologist, and a poet. It’s like a handbook that guides you step-by-step in not only surviving a loss but in restoring your life to its normal state. The authors are Harold H. Bloomfield, M.D., Melba Colgrove, Ph.D. and Peter McWilliams. This book is available on Amazon.

The information in the recording “How to Survive a Loss” is an accompaniment to this book. Please use the book as a guide to your recovery. You will find your recording “How to Survive a Loss” of great help in following the recommendations in this book. It will help you overcome your grief and restore your life.

Please understand that a major loss, like a death or divorce or serious financial set-back, is a very real blow to your emotional body. In its way, it is just like a severe physical injury or a major illness. Everything is different, and it feels like nothing can ever be the same again. I have been through any number of deaths of loved ones, also a wife who ran away, serious financial losses, plus a few more tragedies of many kinds. Every one of these losses has made me more than a little crazy. Sometimes a lot crazy. I know what it’s like.

I wish you the very best. Try to appreciate what you are going though as a stepping stone to a new and better life. Experience it fully. Listen to your recording often, use the book “How to Survive the Loss of a Love”, and let time take its course as you heal.

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