The Way of Transition
Embracing Life's Most Difficult Moments
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 256 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 15 November 2001|
The author of the best-selling Transitions turns inward, revealing how personal tragedy can yield growth and rejuvenation. 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.
About the Author
William Bridges is a consultant and lecturer based in Mill Valley, California. Past President of the Association for Humanistic Psychology, he is author of eight other books, including the bestselling Transitions and Managing Transitions.
|Publisher: ||Perseus Books|
|Dimensions: ||21.11 x 14.05 x 1.75 centimeters (0.29 kg)|