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Talking with bereaved people

Dodie Graves

Talking with bereaved people

a practical guide to sensitive communication

by Dodie Graves

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Published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers in London, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bereavement -- Psychological aspects,
  • Death -- Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDodie Graves.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF575.G7 G689 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23197138M
    ISBN 109781843109884
    LC Control Number2009010540

    Don't minimize or talk in platitudes. There is a temptation to comfort the bereaved with platitudes like It'll get better over time. You're still young enough to have another child. This idea comes from the dual-process approach to grief which says that people move been loss-related activities (e.g., looking at photos of the deceased, crying, talking about the person) and.

    Start your review of How To Talk With Sick, Dying, and Grieving People: When There are No Magic Words to Say (Resources on Faith, Sickness, Grief and Doubt Book 1) Write a review jim dakis rated it it was amazing/5. If you know someone who is grieving the death of someone close you may wonder how best to support them. Read on for some suggestions of what to say and do. People who have been bereaved may want to talk about the person who has died. One of the most helpful things you can do is simply listen, and give them time and space to grieve. Offering specific practical help, not vague general offers.

    I remember talking with a pastor who was frustrated because a grieving member of his congregation was not following the proper “stages” outlined in the popular book On Death and Dying by Author: Philip Kenyon. A death through suicide delivers a double blow to families – not only do they have to cope with a sudden and often unexpected death, but they also have to deal with the way their relative has died. They may feel very alone in their grief, but sadly more people are bereaved by suicide than most of us realise.


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Talking with Bereaved People: An Approach for Structured and Sensitive Communication 1st EditionCited by: 5. This book stresses that bereaved people need time to talk about their loved one who has died.

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An excellent book which prompts development of existing knowledge whilst encouraging and inspiring new volunteers in their conversations with bereaved people.

--Jane Murray, Bereavement Co-ordinator, Marie Curie Hospice, Solihull, Birmingham This book is like all the best things in life: Common sense mixed with insight and experience/5(26).

"Courtney Armstrong's 'Transforming Traumatic Grief' was such a soothing book for one of my bereavement clients that she told me she read it extra slowly so it would never end. It includes a multitude of things to try, all totally attainable, even for the most crushed of spirits.". Discover the best Death & Grief in Best Sellers.

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It can be hard to know what to talk about with a bereaved person over a period of time once you have offered your condol Brand: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. It can be hard to know what to talk about with a bereaved person over a period of time once you have offered your condolences.

This book shows how, by using good active listening skills, empathic exploration and a willingness to talk about the har. This book shows how you can embark on a process of sensitive conversation that helps the bereaved person to come to terms with their grief.

Dodie Graves outlines a practical framework of six elements for conversing with bereaved people in a structured but flexible way that avoids prescriptive instructions.

I wanted to talk. But when they came they seemed to talk about every other subject than the one most on my mind.

Then I longed just as strongly that they would leave.” Grieving people need to talk and for that to happen someone has to be willing to listen. Principle: If you are doing most of the talking, you may not be helping.

Talking with Bereaved People is an essential toolkit for anyone working with bereaved people outside of the formal counselling room, such as social workers, voluntary bereavement agencies, church pastoral teams, hospice and hospital visitors and staff.

Best Books About Grief and Grieving Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

Let the bereaved talk about how their loved one died. People who are grieving may need to tell the story over and over again, sometimes in minute detail.

Be patient. Repeating the story is a way of processing and accepting the death. With each retelling, the pain lessens.

By listening patiently and compassionately, you’re helping your loved one heal. Talking with Bereaved People by Dodie Graves,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(5). It can be hard to know what to talk about with a bereaved person over a period of time once you have offered your condolences.

This book shows how, by using good active listening skills, empathic exploration and a willingness to talk about the hard issues, you can embark on a process of sensitive conversation that helps the bereaved person to come to terms with their : Dodie Graves. Don’t be afraid to make the bereaved person laugh.

Tell them about your day or “silly things” (once you’ve checked in on them) – the minutiae of other people’s lives can be really Author: Annalisa Barbieri. Encourage Journaling. Accepting that a loved one is not there anymore can be tough.

Talking out loud about their loss can be hard. By encouraging journaling, children can write letters, poems, draw pictures, or make collages to put on paper what they may have trouble expressing younger children, a bereavement activity book can provide a great, structured way to Author: Bonnie Evie Gifford.Clinical Grief Activities for Working with Bereaved Children Sometimes people do very bad things that o Books helpful in talking about grief 3.

Identifying and understanding feelings and behaviors associated with normal grief response. o Feelings WorksheetFile Size: 1MB.