Always a Sibling: The Forgotten Mourner's Guide to Grief

Author:   Annie S. Orenstein
Publisher:   Hachette Books
ISBN:  

9780306831492


Pages:   272
Publication Date:   13 June 2024
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Annie S. Orenstein
Publisher:   Hachette Books
Imprint:   Da Capo Press Inc
Dimensions:   Width: 15.20cm , Height: 2.60cm , Length: 23.20cm
Weight:   0.440kg
ISBN:  

9780306831492


ISBN 10:   030683149
Pages:   272
Publication Date:   13 June 2024
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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"""Annie has internalized the research on sibling loss and delivered it with wit, grace and simplicity. She makes an impossible situation feel a little more manageable. I very much hope you do not need this book, but if you do, I am grateful that you now have it."" --Emily Oster, author of the bestselling titles, Expecting Better, Cribsheet and The Family Firm ""Annie Sklaver Orenstein captures the raw and devastating grief of losing her brother Captain Ben Sklaver to war, and the life-changing ripple effect that comes from such a loss. Orenstein shares with us a powerful, universal, and uplifting truth: that death is not the end of our story, nor does it sever the connection and love we feel with the most important people in our life."" --Kate Spencer, author of The Dead Moms Club and Co-Host of the Forever35 podcast ""Bursts with provocative questions that feel at once familiar and entirely fresh, and the kind of vulnerable storytelling that makes me want to hug her and, in fact, everyone. Annie's expertise as an ethnographer--as a professional empathy-generator--crackles on the page."" --Samara Bay, speech coach and author of Permission to Speak ""I became a completely different person after my brother's death. My life is now divided into 'before' and 'after' and I wish I'd had this book as a resource to guide me through that process. Through the exercises Annie outlines in her book, I know that other grieving siblings will be able to find the support and guidance they need."" --Stephanie Wittels Wachs, author of Everything is Horrible and Wonderful and host of The Last Day podcast"


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Annie Sklaver Orenstein is a qualitative researcher, oral historian, and storyteller who has spent the last decade collecting stories from people around the world on behalf of companies including Google, Viacom, Mattel, Instagram, Facebook, Pfizer, Netflix, Johnson & Johnson, and more. Her work has been featured on NBC Nightly News, Comedy Central, Huffington Post, Politico, TIME and Mother.ly. In 2020, driven by a desire to share these stories beyond the walls of corporate America, Annie founded Dispatch from Daybreak, a collection of letters written by womxn to their earlier selves. She lives in Connecticut with her partner, children, dog, and chickens. You can follow her work at www.annieorenstein.com or on Instagram @anniesklaverorenstein

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