Foreword Preface Introduction: My Crucible Event 1. In the Wake of the Storm 2. Feeling Sad Isn't Bad 3. But It's More Than Just Feelings 4. The Quest for Answers 5. Longing and Pining 6. How It Can So Easily Become All about Us 7. The Desperate Drive to Protect Your Loved One's Memory 8. Navigating Grieving Family and Friends 9. The Benefit of Cultivating Community 10. Clearing Out the Closet 11. Allow Yourself to Transform 12. Finding Peace and Freedom Conclusion Acknowledgments About the Author
Stephanie Harris is a New Zealand-based writer and coach, specializing in grief. Raised in South Africa, she graduated with honors from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town with a diploma in somatology--a field of study that encompasses anatomy, physiology, biology, chemistry, and nutrition science. Stephanie is a professional bodywork therapist who incorporates her knowledge of the physiological impact of grief into work with clients and ongoing research. Stephanie's career has taken her around the globe, from the Maldives to Iceland, and Cambodia to the British Isles. She has swum with dolphins in the Caribbean and held baby crocodiles in the Amazon. Now, she lives in Auckland, New Zealand with her golden Labrador retriever, Knox. In addition to coaching individuals and groups, Stephanie is a frequent public speaker and contributor to numerous online outlets. Learn more about her writing and research at www.StephanieHarrisCoaching.com.