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Free ebook: Morris-Cotterill "Ten Things You Need to Know about Dealing with Death

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Nigel Morris-Co...
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Sunday, 1 May, 2016 - 00:15
London, England

When someone close to us dies we don't know what to do or how to feel. Well meaning people crowd around with their agenda from dealing with the estate to religious demands.

In this short, very easy to read, book Nigel Morris-Cotterill sets out the ten things that will help you understand what you are feeling and what your real priorities should be. He emphasises that your priorities are, often, not those that others will impress upon you.

The book is free, worldwide, in e-book format from 30 April to 4 May 2016.

The Essential Guide to surviving the death of a loved one

When a loved-one dies, we don't know how to feel, we don't know how to react and we don't know how to behave.

"Ten Things You Need To Know About Dealing With Death" is a quick and easy description of ten simple "Rules" that guide you through the grieving process, in the immediate aftermath of a death, in a practical and sometimes humorous way.

Contents:

Legal Stuff
Dedication
Introduction
1. If you didn't make it happen, it's not your fault.
2. You are the most important person, now.
3. Don't feel bad about feeling bad.
4. Not everything that is sad is bad.
5. There is no timetable.
6. The stages of grief don't happen in a tidy sequence.
7. There is no time limit to grief.
8. It's OK to think hard thoughts.
9. It's OK to be relieved.
10. Keep memories not reminders.
For Roy.

Purchase links:

This book is available in paperback and e-book. The sole authorised distributor for the e-book is Amazon.com and Amazon group companies.

For full details and purchasing links see: http://www.countermoneylaundering.com/public/content/ten-things-you-need...

For media, there is a Q&A with the author at http://www.countermoneylaundering.com/public/content/ten-things-qa-author.

NB: ebooks purchased from Amazon group sites can be read on any phone, tablet or computer with the free Kindle Reader application installed.

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2016-05-01 10:57