FA054 – Anatomy of Grief, Part 2

The Grief Recovery HandbookDoctors Brian and Giuseppe talk with Jacqueline Lanteigne and Dennis Crawford about recovering from the loss of their son after less than a month. You can find Part 1 here.

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4 Responses to FA054 – Anatomy of Grief, Part 2
  1. […] to you about how to react to your teen’s behaviour, for example. As Dennis Crawford said in his interview on Family Anatomy, you might need to try more than one therapist before finding a good […]

  2. Linda Lanteigne
    May 2, 2009 | 8:11 am

    This is a very informative program. I would recommend airing this another time. It’s very educational to grieving parents, it helps parents to still grieve, because as a parent you always will, but it helps to live with it. An example being the charity events in Tristan’s name. I would also recommend interviewing grandparents who have gone through a similar experience.
    I know as a parent/grandparent I found it to be very difficult in the sense that – Who do you grieve for? Your child who lost their child? Yourself who lost a grandchild?
    I know I would be very intersted in hearing how another couple (grandparents) deal with their grief.
    Thank you.


  3. Ollie
    June 10, 2009 | 5:09 pm

    I have the view that depression is a disease which comes from total identification with one’s thoughts and emotions and have found teachings like that of Eckhart Tolle to help me recover. What do you think?

  4. brianmacdonald
    June 10, 2009 | 5:52 pm

    I’ve never read Tolle’s work. What did you find the most helpful?