This is a fairly detailed book with regards to the path of mourning from the point of death to Yahrseits (remembrance on the anniversary of the death) with regards to Jewish tradition.

Though I have been getting in touch with my Judaism over the past year and attending shul regularly, when my grandmother suddenly passed away I found myself asking many questions. Going to shabbat services is great for embracing Judaism for everyday life, but there are many things about the Jewish tradition associated with death, especially of a family member, that you just don't get exposed to normally. This book was a wonderful guidance in the days following my grandmother's death and for weeks afterwards, as I embraced what my culture traditionally did and remembering that I am just one person; while many people have passed away before, and many still will, death and healing are very raw and critical part of life and not something to hide from.

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