The Modern Loss Handbook: An Interactive Guide to Moving Through Grief and Building Your Resilience Spiral-Bound | May 17, 2022

Rebecca Soffer

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“Poignant, funny, and able to provide exercises that help you maneuver the rough . . . if I were going through something, this is the book I want to read.” —Gayle King

Stay connected to your person, yourself, and the world around you in the aftermath of loss.
Modern Loss is all about eradicating the stigma and awkwardness around grief while also focusing on our capacity for resilience and finding meaning. In this interactive guide, Modern Loss cofounder Rebecca Soffer offers candid, practical, and witty advice for confronting a future without your person, honoring their memory, dealing with trigger days, managing your professional life, and navigating new and existing relationships. You’ll find no worn-out platitudes or empty assurances here. With prompts, creative projects, innovative rituals, therapeutic-based exercises, and more, this is the place to explore the messy, long arc of loss on your own timeline—and without judgment.

Publisher: Hachette Book Group
Original Binding: Hardcover Paper over boards
Pages: 240 pages
ISBN-10: 0762474815
Item Weight: 1.4 lbs
Dimensions: 6.1 x 1.0 x 8.1 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars 31 to 100 ratings
“Grief is hard to talk about, but this book does it beautifully.”—Stephen Colbert

Rebecca Soffer is the cofounder of Modern Loss, which offers encouraging, creative, and keeping-it-real content and community addressing the long arc of grief. She also coauthored the book Modern Loss: Candid Conversa­tion about Grief. Beginners Welcome. and is an internationally recognized speaker on loss and resil­ience. Her work has been widely published with outlets including the New York Times, Glamour, Marie Claire, NBC, CNN, and more. She is a Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism alumna and a former producer for the Peabody Award–winning The Colbert Report. Rebecca lives in New York City and the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts with her husband and two children