After Great Pain: A New Life Emerges
Diane Cole (Author)
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DescriptionA New York Times Notable Book and one of USA Today's top books of the year when it was first published in 1992, After Great Pain remains both timely and of great use to others traumatized by disaster or grief. Diane Cole's method is to couple the findings of professional researchers and clinicians with the story of her own heartbreaking personal experience-coping with a multitude of family illnesses and the after effects of being held hostage by Muslim extremists. The result is a deeply affecting memoir of loss and renewal that provides guidance, consolation, and hope, as she presents the psychological strategies of survival and the shining example of her own transcendence.
March 01, 2001
5.62 X 0.52 X 8.56 inches | 0.66 pounds
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About the Author
DIANE COLE has contributed articles to many newspapers and periodicals, including the New York Times, Parents, Psychology Today, and Newsweek. In addition to After Great Pain she is the author of Hunting the Headhunters: A Woman's Guide. Her most recent book, co-authored with Scott Wetzler, is Is It You or Is It Me? How We Turn Our Emotions Inside Out and Blame Each Other (1998). Following the recent death of her husband, author Peter Baida, she lives in Manhattan with her son.