by Granger Westberg
With more than 3 million copies sold, this 50th Anniversary Edition of Good Grief offers timeless wisdom for all who grieve.
"This gem is written with the heart of a pastor, the insight of a psychologist, the humanity of a father and husband, and the hope of someone who has seen so many survive the process of grieving. It is simple but not simplistic. It is profound but not professorial. Most importantly, it describes the pathway through grieving that can only be found through honesty. This is a book that should quickly be in the hands of anyone grieving for any reason."
- Dr. Timothy Johnson, M.D., ABC News Senior Medical Contributor
Granger E. Westberg was a widely respected pioneer in holistic healthcare and the interrelationship of religion and medicine, and founder of the parish nurse program.