The Grief Handbook

We recommend The Grief hand Handbook to anyone who has lost a loved one. This book, written by Bridget McNulty, provides a safe place to heal and navigate through and after loss. It is practical and easy to read. We believe that, during a season of loss, books like this add a lot of value to surviving family members and friends. Our clients find this book truly helpful.


The Grief Handbook

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Dealing With Grief

If you have lost a loved one before you will know how difficult it is to stay centred in the immediate days after their death. We often give this book to clients who we know are battling to cope with the loss of a loved one to help them and their families go through the initial stages of grief while trying to navigate through this difficult time and tie up their family member’s estate.

Publisher’s Summary of The Grief Handbook

This book provides guidance for those struggling, from someone who has been there. Bridget McNulty lost her mum suddenly and found herself unexpectedly amongst the chaos of grief while bringing up small children. She couldn’t find the support that she needed, so she created The Grief Handbook.

This is the ideal companion for those who are grieving. It is an honest exploration into the worst thing that can happen to you. There is no “one size fits all” approach to grief and the author’s understanding of this is comforting in your time of need. Bridget McNulty shows us that the best we can do is understand our emotions, tune into our needs and communicate with those around us. The loneliness of bereavement can take its toll on mental health.

This book provides support and guidance. Move through the stages of grief with more self-compassion and emotional agility with The Grief Handbook.

©2021 Bridget McNulty (P)2021 Watkins Publishing.
In our line of work, grief is unfortunately par for the course but we are here to help you through. For more guidance from our site, we recommend reading our blog post here.


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