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Stages of Grief Miss the Critical Point


While there might be 5 or 7 stages of grief, there are only 3 steps for dealing with it. Traditional approaches are usually either about personal experiences as in C.S. Lewis’ A Grief Remembered or a description of the stages of grief like Kubler-Ross’ On Death and Dying.

“While informative and interesting, these approaches explain the ‘what and why’ of grief but they miss the critical point that the death of a loved one is the most severe stress response humans, can experience. And, it should be approached, dealt with and treated from that point of view.” says Timothy J. O’Brien, the director of the Institute for Stress Management and Performance Improvement in Tallahassee, Florida.

This program is a unique, print, audio and Internet based Grief & Mourning Support Program that provides specific, effective methods for dealing with the effects of grief.

“A Season for Healing – A Reason for Hope is unique and unlike anything I have seen in my 50 years in Funeral Service. It’s not your standard grief therapy. I strongly believe it should be a part of everyone’s bereavement,” says F. James Wylie, a Funeral Director, CFSP, and former FFDA Executive Director.

A Season for Healing – A Reason for Hope, provides the tools individuals need to effectively cope with the anger, depression and other strong emotions of grief.

The complete Program includes the audio CD, a 112 page hard bound book that is both a Guide and a Journal, and a companion website at

For an in depth and informative interview, call Tim O’Brien at (850) 668 – 0696 or email him at

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