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Widower : when men are left alone

Author: Scott Campbell; Phyllis R Silverman
Publisher: Amityville, N.Y. : Baywood Pub. Co., [1996] ©1996
Series: Death, value, and meaning series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [New ed.]View all editions and formats
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Explores the grief process as men experience it. This book contains the oral histories of twenty men, ranging in age from 30 to 94, who have lost their wives to a range of causes including cancer,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Case studies
Études de cas
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Campbell; Phyllis R Silverman
ISBN: 089503140X 9780895031402
OCLC Number: 1127796480
Description: viii, 238 pages.
Contents: What Happens to Men When Their Mates Die --
George: The First Few Months --
Sam and Jim: Relying on Religion and Work --
Jan: A Murder in the Family --
Hank: When a Wife Takes Her Own Life --
Mark: Widowed Under Thirty --
Randy: Turning to the Bottle --
Karl: Finding New Friends --
Jake, Fran, Mike, and Jerry: Keeping Company --
Bill: When Your Wife is Your Whole Life --
Joe: Married for Life, and Longer --
Gordon: Ambivalence in Bereavement --
Murray: Anticipatory Grief --
Derek: Assisted Suicide --
Roger: A Transformation of Values --
Lou: Enjoying Life After Death --
Peter: The Ultimate Transcendence --
When Men Are Left Alone --
Self-Help Organizations and Readings
Series Title: Death, value, and meaning series.
Responsibility: Scott Campbell, Phyllis R. Silverman.

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