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vi, 217 pages ; 24 cm
Introduction: What are your everyday losses? -- A loss is a loss -- On losing a friend -- On losing a spouse to separation or divorce -- On losing faith -- On losing control -- On losing your health -- On losing independence -- On losing safety and familiarity -- On losing your home -- On losing your job -- On losing financial stability -- On losing your hopes and dreams -- On losing your youth -- On losing your "full nest" -- On losing your routine after retirement -- On losing an argument -- On losing trust -- On losing a special object -- On losing a body part -- On losing your identity -- On losing your will to endure -- On losing confidence over past choices.
The star of Long Island Medium counsels readers on how to recognize deeply rooted sources of emotional pain while explaining the power of established healing rituals in managing loss and pursuing a more fulfilling life.
"In today's constantly changing world we all face daily losses, big and small, but these everyday setbacks often go unrecognized and unmourned. This unacknowledged grief consumes the soul, creating an invisible pain that the "Long Island Medium", Theresa Caputo, has witnessed in many of her clients. Though they are suffering, they rarely understand where the anguish is coming from-or how to deal with it. The only relief, according to Caputo's special gift she calls "Spirit", is to name these feelings of grief, recognize the losses for what they are, and create healing practices around them." -- Inside front jacket flap.