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One constant remains for all life's uncertainties: death is coming for us all. Although there are many types of grief, stemming from one's physical or mental deterioration, personal setbacks, social and emotional changes, or even loss of spiritual faith, death remains the primary instigator of grief in people's lives. In Good Grief, Shelley F. Knight delves deep into the grieving process and offers readers tools to navigate and better prepare themselves for the unwanted consequences of grief. Through her valuable insights drawn from decades of experience in the healthcare sector as a registered nurse, Knight provides readers with ways to minimize the impact of the loss of family, friends, or work colleagues. She also lists other grief-triggering Mini Deaths, including imprisonment, empty nest syndrome, retirement, divorce, and much more.
Good Grief explores the role of grief in people's lives and contains practical, relevant tools to help readers circumvent its long-term ramifications. Author Shelley F. Knight advises using ancient holistic healing systems from different cultures, exercises, and many more ways to deal with grief so that people can pursue a life of meaning and fulfillment. As the world moves toward the future at a breakneck speed, there has been a noticeable increase in mental health issues among the general population. Books like Good Grief go a long way in showing a helpful and necessary path to healing. After all, the experience of handling grief may be unique to us all, but everyone has to deal with it at some point in their lives. Highly recommended.