Long This book is engaging, readable, soulful without being maudlin and without pontificating. It is, astonishingly, a happy book about grief. This book has a gentle rhythm that flows though the grief process, respecting the uniqueness of every person. It is easy reading; it offers something for every personality. What Professionals Are Saying About “Suddenly Single” "The book has a gentle rhythm that flows through the grief process, respecting the uniqueness of every person. It's easy reading; it offers something for all personalities, the intuitive creator as well as the organized thinker. I enjoyed it tremendously." Jane A. Bouma Saldana Marital and Family Therapist Professor, International University "I am greatly impressed with the book's simplicity and clarity in conveying such difficult psychological experiences relating to the loss of loved ones, together with the uncanny ability to explain to the reader the complex psychodynamics of loss with accuracy and illuminating insight, all in such a simple and impressively poetic style." Dean Salama, M.D., M.C.R.P. Psychiatrist, Retired Ridgewood , New Jersey " Absolutely wonderful material...does not insult the reader's intelligence... provides hope and sense of direction...contains readily applicable ideas. I definitely will recommend the book to many of my own patients and friends." John A. Buehler, M.D., PhD Psychiatrist Kentfield,CA "I love the book. It is about time somebody cut through the jungle of information about loss, separation and grief, and made something as practical, useful and inspiring as this." Mariano Barragan, M.D. Psychiatrist Founder, Mexican Institute of Psychotherapy "It is comforting, supportive and most helpful to those who find themselves again single...emotional, intellectual and poetic support...balm to a wide variety of emotional types. The ideas presented can contribute to the growth of a personal philosophy that can provide succor to the weakest, and broad nourishment to the strongest, so both can go forward and hopefully improve the quality of their lives despite the trauma, tragedy and uncertainty of their return to singlehood." Maurice Rappaport, M.D., Ph.D President, Northern California Psychiatrist Assn.