Grief Reimagined: 50 Creative Strategies to build Resilience by Christine Kortbein & Catherine Tyink
When confronted with loss, the benefits of engaging in meaningful activities and experiences that help to express grief are often overlooked. We are never taught how to grieve, however many find creative methods to work through the emotional turmoil that often accompanies grief.
This book provides novel strategies readers can use to find meaning, process grief, and accept and build upon the memories that often accompany loss. Against the backdrop of photographs and artwork, this book presents 50 real-life stories to help readers work through loss, including examples that are often not recognized as sources of grief.
This book contains true stories of courageous individuals with varied backgrounds, experiences, and grief. Readers will appreciate that, despite their hurried and chaotic lives, those featured in these stories made time to work through losses and establish meaningful connections in an often disconnected world. The creativity and bravery demonstrated in these stories will inspire readers and provide them with conceptual and practical resources to process and work through their grief.
Paperback, 117 pages.
Non-fiction, grief & loss, coping, mental health.