Caine offers practical advice and guidance to women lost in the loneliness and stress of widowhood. She writes candidly about the universal issues of grief--the impact of death, depression, legal and financial problems, re-emerging sexuality, dreams, and more.
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Completed just before her untimely death, this powerful book by the author of Widow ( LJ 4/15/74) provides solace, guidance, and direction for widows everywhere. Drawing from her own experiences, Caine outlines practical suggestions for coping with the devastating loss: finding a confidant; turning to bereavement counseling; helping children adjust through strategies she suggests. Throughout, she emphasizes the need for each woman to rebuild her shattered life in her own way. Corroborating and amplifying her advice are poignant, candid notes from people inspired by her writing, lectures, and media appearances. Caine's direct, articulate writing, full of compassion and understanding, assure a large readership for this special book. Carol R. Glatt, Northeastern Hospital of Philadelphia
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