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How to Survive the Loss of a Love

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How to Survive the Loss of a Love
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Publisher: Prelude Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0931580439
ISBN-13: 9780931580437
Number of pages: 212

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One of the most directly helpful books on the subject of loss ever written, the first edition of this comforting and inspiring book, published in 1976, sold nearly two million copies. This completely revised and expanded edition encompasses not only the medical and psychological advances in the treatment of loss, but also the authors' own experiences.

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