The Way of Transition
Embracing Life's Most Difficult MomentsBook - 2001
William Bridges' lifelong work has been devoted to a deep understanding of transitions and to helping others through them. When his own wife of thirty-five years died of cancer, however, he was thrown head-first into the kind of painful and confusing abyss he had known before only in theory. An honest account of being in transition, this uncommonly wise and moving book is a richly textured map of the personal, professional, and emotional transformations that grow out of tragedy and crisis. Demonstrating how disillusionment, sorrow, or confusion can blossom into a time of incredible creativity and contentment, Bridges highlights the profound significance and value of endings in our lives.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Perseus Pub., c2001
Branch Call Number: 155.24 BRI 2001 21
Characteristics: xv, 226 pages