In these times of crisis and loss, people of all ages are searching for meaningful, comforting resources to renew their faith in a loving God. Working through the grief process is a natural and vital reaction to loss and change.
In Good Grief, one of the best-known resource for dealing with loss, Granger E. Westberg uses gentle wisdom and acute insight into human nature to guide readers through the ten stages of grief: shock, emotion, depression, physical distress, panic, guilt, anger, resistance, hope, and finally, acceptance. Good Grief helps readers develop a path through life's small losses as well as the grief experiences that can overwhelm us.
Granger E. Westberg was a widely respected pioneer in holistic healthcare and the interrelationship of religion and medicine, and founder of the parish nurse program.