Grief After Homicide: Surviving, Mourning, Reconciling (Words of Hope and Healing)

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If someone you love died by homicide, your grief is naturally traumatic and complicated. Not only might your grief journey be intertwined with painful criminal justice proceedings, you may also struggle with understandably intense rage, regret, and despair. It’s natural for homicide survivors to focus on the particular circumstances of the death as well. Whether your loved one’s death was caused by murder or manslaughter, this compassionate guide will help you understand and cope with your difficult grief. It offers suggestions for reconciling yourself to the death on your own terms and finding healing ways for you and your family to mourn. After a homicide death, there is help for those left behind, and there is hope. This book will help see you through.

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Author: Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.

ISBN: 978-1-61722-303-7

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    Grief after Homicide

    Posted by Jeanne Draughon on Jul 11th 2022

    Excellent book - quick read. Short chapters, perfect for those who are grieving.

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