Helping the Bereaved Celebrate the Holidays: A Sourcebook for Planning Instructional and Remembrance Events - The Book
It's difficult to deal with the death of someone close any time, but it's especially difficult to do so during the holidays. With almost no commonly-accepted mourning traditions to help them, the bereaved often feel trapped between the weight of their strong feelings and the reluctance of people around them to discuss their loss.
James E. Miller's book provides a partial solution to this problem: the creation of educational and inspirational events to help grieving individuals and families prepare for the approaching holidays. This hands-on guide describes various options and offers general guidelines, concrete suggestions, and specific aids for planning and implementing these popular programs.
Topics include defining the needs of your community, coordinating the event, handling marketing, and designing the overall program. Many original and gathered ideas for services of remembrance are provided.
This 96-page paperback measures 5½” x 8½”. Quantity discounts are available.
The eBook is provided as both an .epub file (for the Nook, the Kobo eReader, and others) and a .mobi file (for the Kindle and others).
$ 6.25 - $ 7.95