This weekend I was pleased to hear from my old friend James Bradley. James is the New York Times Best-Selling author of Flags of Our Fathers, Flyboys and The Imperial Cruise. He is also the son of Wisconsin funeral director John Bradley. James wrote with a wonderful review for my eBook & pamphlet Helping Your Grieving FriendThank you James!

"Many know that my father helped raise the flag on Iwo Jima.  After the war, John Bradley was a funeral director and an admirer of Dr. Donald Steele.  My father always said, "Funerals are about the grieving survivors,” and he read books about the psychology of grief.   Now Dr. Steele has written Helping Your Grieving Friend, a smart and sensitive guide on how you can make a difference at a difficult time." 

Helping Your Grieving Friend is available in eBook form through Amazon and as a 16 page booklet directly from Steele Publishing. You can order one copy for yourself or more for your funeral home, hospice, support group or other organization. Order today!

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    As part of my doctoral studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, when information on grief, bereavement, death and dying was scarce, some colleagues and I began group work with the bereaved. Out of that work grew interviews with widowers, training with funeral workers, clergy, social workers, hospice and medical personnel. 

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