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Navigating Grief with Humor

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Grief hits us all. Death, divorce, a broken childhood, job loss, loss of identity, or the loss of a dream can bring us each deep grief. This book reveals what we can do to work through the tasks of grief with resilience, coping, humor, and purpose. Melissa Mork is a professor of psychology and grief counselor who has studied bereavement her entire career. When her husband ...more
Kindle Edition, 158 pages
Published June 5th 2019
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Jackie Sommers
Aug 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I am reading this book as part of a Grief and Humor course taught by the author. Dr. Mork writes with passion, empathy, gentleness, and authority on this topic. I'm learning so much and making connections to apply the materials to my own journey toward healing. Very grateful for this book, which manages to be both personal and academic. I highly recommend, and if the online course is offered again, I suggest enrolling. It complements the book materials perfectly. ...more
Brianna Poore
Aug 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
I read this book for a summer class I took from Dr Mork on finding Humor in Grief. I have loved everything about what I’ve learned, and how I can apply it to my own life and the students I work with. It’s easy to read, it’s applicable, and funny in Dr Morks own way. If you’re finding your new normal in grief I highly suggest this book.
Jamie Pennington
Aug 28, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a very difficult book to read. Not because of the vocabulary or expertise but rather due to the emotional charge that comes with it. Yet, the book is well written and brings up many excellent points.
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