Grief The Universal Emotion of Loss

Karla Kay

Editore: Inkwell Productions, 2010
ISBN 10: 0982958919 / ISBN 13: 9780982958919
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Riassunto: With a compassionate and empathetic tone Karla Kay unveils how grief comes to us in ways we could never imagine. Presented in common language, Karla brings to the surface a fresh understanding to grief and a new paradigm to the world of Loss. Grief The Universal emotion of Loss explores the journey we take through grief and the self-discovery that lies within us. From Karla s own tragedy of sudden death of her husband and daughter she was thrust in to the depths of her own nightmare; and when the expert advice, prescription and therapy fell short she began to examine the feelings, thoughts and emotions of her own grief process. From her new awareness, Karla was inspired to share her vision for moving through the world of grief. For those in the depth of grief, those who have not faced their grief, and for those reaching out to loved ones or friends going through it, Grief, The Universal Emotion of Loss brings the hope and understanding that life after grief truly exists.

L'autore: In some way it seems as if for much of her life Karla has been surrounded by death. 1993 her brother-in-law was suddenly killed on his motorcycle while riding home from work on his birthday. In 1994 Karla, her husband and their two girls moved from California to Arizona to try and escape the pain of his brother s death, the loss of his job, their home, and her own tragic loss from a miscarriage. In 1997, as she cared for her grandmother and watched her take her final breath in hospice, twelve hours later she received a call that her niece had been killed in a car accident. And in March of 2003 she stood by as her sister gave birth to her stillborn infant girl. Karla began working as a CNA with Hospice in 1994 and then found her way to greater service as a Unit Manager in a hospice in-patient unit. She sensed a deeper meaning from this work and felt privileged to be at the bed side of hundreds of people when they took their last breath in this life. This was the start of her Spiritual Journey as she began to question life. In August of 2003 Karla, her husband, and their two daughters along with two of their daughters friends were returning home to Phoenix from a California family vacation. She heard a loud noise and instantly knew a tire had blown out. As hard as she tried to keep control of their SUV it began to flip and then went into a vicious roll over. Karla s husband, youngest daughter, and oldest daughter s best friend had been killed in the accident; and Karla was given only a fifty percent chance of surviving. After several days in the hospital and months of physical therapy Karla realized she had to pick up the pieces of her life, and through the months and years that followed she began to rediscover her self, put the terror behind her and find a new purpose in life. Within six months of getting out of the hospital she started a non-profit organization to help those who had lost a loved one to sudden death. Spending thousands of hours trying to help others, she finally came to the realization that her own healing had to come first. Through her personal life experience Karla knows the meaning of being shattered by grief and first-hand the emotional devastation it leaves behind. For over fifteen years Karla has been in many aspects in the field of grief; as a Manager in a hospice in-patient unit, working with families in hospice and providing compassionate guidance and direction to those who have lost a loved one to sudden death. Karla facilitates grief seminars and support groups, teaches classes and in-service trainings to Fire Departments, Police Forces, Crisis Response Teams, Donor Network Staff and Volunteers, Nurses and Doctors. Karla has also worked as a Crisis Response Team volunteer and has assisted county Sheriff s on-scene supporting families when they receive death notifications. Karla s active private practice as a Grief Consultant is in the greater Phoenix and Scottsdale area.

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Titolo: Grief The Universal Emotion of Loss
Casa editrice: Inkwell Productions
Data di pubblicazione: 2010

Condizione libro: very good

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Karla Kay
Editore: Inkwell Productions (2010)
ISBN 10: 0982958919 ISBN 13: 9780982958919
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