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100 1  Shulman, Lisa M.,|eauthor. 
245 10 Before and after loss :|ba neurologist's perspective on 
       loss, grief, and our brain|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /
       |cLisa M. Shulman, MD. 
250    Unabridged. 
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511 0  Read by Donna Postel. 
520    In Before and After Loss, Dr. Lisa M. Shulman, a 
       neurologist, describes a personal story of loss and her 
       journey to understand the science behind the mind-altering
       experience of grief. Part memoir, part creative nonfiction,
       part account of scientific discovery, this moving book 
       combines Shulman's perspectives as an expert in brain 
       science and a keen observer of behavior with her 
       experience as a clinician, a caregiver, and a widow. 
       Shedding light on the disconnect between conventional 
       wisdom about loss and emerging knowledge on the 
       neuroscience of emotional trauma as the cause of brain 
       injury, Shulman explores not only the experience but also 
       the science and psychology of loss. Drawing on the latest 
       studies about grief and its effects, she explains what 
       scientists know about how the mind, brain, and body 
       respond and heal following traumatic loss. She also traces
       the interface between the experience of profound loss and 
       the search for emotional restoration. 
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650  0 Grief. 
650  0 Bereavement. 
650  0 Healing. 
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