"In Life after Loss, Bob Deits provides compassionate and practical advice for grieving and rebuilding a meaningful life after loss. As a palliative care physician, I care for people dealing with serious illness and those facing the end of life and their loved ones—where grief and loss are a constant presence. I will recommend this wise and important book as essential reading to all my patients and their families.”
— Steven Z. Pantilat, MD, Kates-Burnard and Hellman Distinguished Professor of Palliative Care, Director, Palliative Care Program, UCSF, and author of Life After the Diagnosis: Expert Advice on Living Well with Serious Illness for Patients and Caregivers
"Old grief is as important a work as new grief, and it resurfaces with brand new lessons. . . .Sooner or later, a difficult journey will come knocking (again), igniting the grief process. No one should be without this brilliant healing toolbox of a book."
— Maryann Makekau, USAF Veteran, Author, Columnist, Speaker, Founder of Hope Matters & Neighborhood Memory Cafes and coauthor of When Your Grandma Forgets