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Even though grief and grieving are a natural aspect of life, it can be overwhelming physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.  Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D. has dedicated his life to the field of thanatology through his extensive research on the topics of death, grief, loss, and suicide intervention.

Dr. Neimeyer is a professor and director of psychotherapy research in the Department of Psychology at the University of Memphis, where he also maintains an active clinical practice.  Additionally, he is the editor of two respected international journals, Death Studies and the Journal of Constructivist Psychology. He has published 24 books and over 300 articles and book chapters.  The Art of Longing , a book of contemporary poetry is his latest creative endeavor.

This interview is the first segment in a two part interview.  In this introduction, Dr. Neimeyer portrays how grief rocks the foundation of our world and how through a newer model of grief therapy called “Meaning Reconstruction”, we can explore and integrate our loss into our life.  Meaning Reconstruction is a process of healing grief through the telling and re-telling of our life stories; seeking new meanings to re-affirm and re-build our life in a world without our loved one.  Dr. Neimeyer is advancing this model of grief in his research, counseling practice and life’s work.

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Living with Dying is a fantastic resource to give to those who need comfort and hope when facing and dealing with the death of some they love. I ordered 20 copies a year ago and requested that the cost be paid out of our congregation's memorial fund. It is a wonderful gift to give to those who are grieving. I have had nothing but positive comments for those who have used this little treasure for comfort and hope. The scripture passages, devotions, psalms, prayers, and hymns fill the troubled soul with peace.

This book is an excellent resource to find comfort and hope during such a stressful time. The selected hymns, psalms, scripture passages, and prayers will help us going forward as well.

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A growing number of Americans are finding purpose in their lives through launching new, sometimes part-time, careers. In certain cases, they’re doing it by helping the dying and the grieving with the death process.

If you want to do the same — perhaps in retirement — you might be inspired by these three who’ve launched such part-time businesses:

Even though grief and grieving are a natural aspect of life, it can be overwhelming physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.  Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D. has dedicated his life to the field of thanatology through his extensive research on the topics of death, grief, loss, and suicide intervention.

Dr. Neimeyer is a professor and director of psychotherapy research in the Department of Psychology at the University of Memphis, where he also maintains an active clinical practice.  Additionally, he is the editor of two respected international journals, Death Studies and the Journal of Constructivist Psychology. He has published 24 books and over 300 articles and book chapters.  The Art of Longing , a book of contemporary poetry is his latest creative endeavor.

This interview is the first segment in a two part interview.  In this introduction, Dr. Neimeyer portrays how grief rocks the foundation of our world and how through a newer model of grief therapy called “Meaning Reconstruction”, we can explore and integrate our loss into our life.  Meaning Reconstruction is a process of healing grief through the telling and re-telling of our life stories; seeking new meanings to re-affirm and re-build our life in a world without our loved one.  Dr. Neimeyer is advancing this model of grief in his research, counseling practice and life’s work.

* Certain exclusions apply. Discount off of retail price of product. If current sale price is better than the discounted price, the current sale price will apply without further discount. CPH reserves the right to change the discount schedule at any time without notice. Discounts may not be combined with other offers.

Living with Dying is a fantastic resource to give to those who need comfort and hope when facing and dealing with the death of some they love. I ordered 20 copies a year ago and requested that the cost be paid out of our congregation's memorial fund. It is a wonderful gift to give to those who are grieving. I have had nothing but positive comments for those who have used this little treasure for comfort and hope. The scripture passages, devotions, psalms, prayers, and hymns fill the troubled soul with peace.

This book is an excellent resource to find comfort and hope during such a stressful time. The selected hymns, psalms, scripture passages, and prayers will help us going forward as well.

Even though grief and grieving are a natural aspect of life, it can be overwhelming physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.  Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D. has dedicated his life to the field of thanatology through his extensive research on the topics of death, grief, loss, and suicide intervention.

Dr. Neimeyer is a professor and director of psychotherapy research in the Department of Psychology at the University of Memphis, where he also maintains an active clinical practice.  Additionally, he is the editor of two respected international journals, Death Studies and the Journal of Constructivist Psychology. He has published 24 books and over 300 articles and book chapters.  The Art of Longing , a book of contemporary poetry is his latest creative endeavor.

This interview is the first segment in a two part interview.  In this introduction, Dr. Neimeyer portrays how grief rocks the foundation of our world and how through a newer model of grief therapy called “Meaning Reconstruction”, we can explore and integrate our loss into our life.  Meaning Reconstruction is a process of healing grief through the telling and re-telling of our life stories; seeking new meanings to re-affirm and re-build our life in a world without our loved one.  Dr. Neimeyer is advancing this model of grief in his research, counseling practice and life’s work.




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