This companion workbook to the second edition of Dr. Wolfelt’s bestseller Understanding Your Grief helps you explore the many facets of your grief through guided journaling. After you read a section in Understanding Your Grief, the journal asks you questions about what you’ve just read. It invites you to consider, clarify, and jot down your thoughts and feelings. A good grief journal is a safe place of solace—somewhere you can express yourself no matter what you are experiencing. If you’re grieving a death or a significant loss of any kind, this journal and its companion text will help you understand and embrace your grief, actively mourn, and move toward healing. You’ll find that the journal can also be used to help honor the person who died and/or work through any lingering relationship issues. As you express your emotions in this journal, you will feel them beginning to soften as well as become more integrated into your ongoing life. Write as much as or as little as you’d like. Even just a little engagement with this journal will help you befriend your grief and give you healing momentum.
About the Author
Dr. Alan Wolfelt, has been recognized as one of North America’s leading death educators and grief counselors. His books have sold more than a million copies worldwide and have been translated into many languages. He is known around the world for his compassionate messages of hope and healing as well as his companioning philosophy of grief care. Dr. Wolfelt speaks on grief-related topics, offers trainings for caregivers, and has written many bestselling books and other resources on grief for both caregivers and grieving people.