This extraordinary travel guide describes the six typical mourning phases as landscapes full of special characteristics. In a compact form, it offers information on what is worth perceiving and what is good for the soul, as well as tips for travel companions and the necessary “luggage.” No one voluntarily books a trip through grief. But if you are abandoned by the loss of a loved one in this foreign country, it is good to have a travel guide like this with you.
- A compact and unusual description of the mourning period
- Provides support in consciously walking the personal path of mourning
- A new type of grief guide