Relearning the World
Thomas Attig calls the grief process “relearning the world,” which he says involves nothing less than “finding our way in the world … [which] is not a matter of learning information about the world but learning to be and act in the world differently in light of our loss” (p.107, emphasis in the original). Attig outlines the major areas in which the world changes after a loved one’s death, any or all of which might be addressed in Personal Grief Coaching:
Attig, T. (1996). How we grieve: Relearning the world. New York: Oxford University Press.