In the fifth book in the Friend Grief series, Friend Grief in the Workplace: More Than an Empty Cubicle you’ll meet people whose friends were coworkers, too: in a TV newsroom, a rectory, a Broadway show and on a baseball diamond.
In those stories and more, you’ll learn how they met that challenge and continue to honor the friendships that lasted longer than 9-5.
In Friend Grief in the Workplace, Noe tells real life stories of people who have lost their co-workers and how they dealt with the loss. I liked that Noe addressed the superstition that deaths come in threes. This is something I believe only because I have seen it happen. However, Noe states that The New York Times debunked this myth in 2014. I still choose to believe that death comes in threes. I really liked all the different stories in the book from people who have experienced a loss of a co-worker. From nuns to professional athletes, they all dealt with their grief in their own unique ways. The one that touched me the most was how Mike Matheny chose to remember his teammate Darryl Kile simply by stopping the time on the watch he was wearing. This book has given me a few ideas on how to keep someone’s memory alive.
Noe reminds the reader that co-workers are humans too. They will feel pain when someone they have spent time with dies. You do not have to be family or even great friends to mourn the loss of someone’s life. Friend Grief in the Workplace: More Than an Empty Cubicle is the fifth book in the Grief series. Victoria Noe has four other books in this series all about dealing with grief. (**** Readers Favorite)
Buy Friend Grief in the Workplace: More Than an Empty Cubicle at: