Award-Winning Author and Grief Specialist, Mary Mac, Publishes Holiday Grief Book / Second in a Series for Those Grieving a Loved One’s Death
Orlando, FL, December 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- "Holiday Grief: How to Cope with Stress, Anxiety and Depression After a Loved One's Death" by Mary M. McCambridge, also known as Ask Mary Mac, helps readers learn tips and coping skills as they deal with their emotions during the Christmas and holiday season.
Providing sound advice on how to cope with all the decisions that need to make during this time of year, Mary Mac discusses holiday gatherings and party invitations, holiday baking, holiday cards, tree decorating, decorating your home, shopping, gift wrapping, gift sharing, your holiday meal, and attending religious services.
Mary Mac, whose website and blog, AskMaryMac, also delves into deep subjects such as how to help your little ones who are grieving this season, how to honor the one who has died or was killed, how to get the support your need at this time and also how to create a new plan for the next year which will help you rebuild your life.
“Grieving during Christmas and the holiday season can be some of the most difficult times of the year. I am grateful to help provide a roadmap for survivors with very detailed options so their stress, anxiety and depression will be lessened,” said Mary Mac. Her book "Understanding Your Grieving Heart After a Loved One's Death" is the first in the series and provides a comprehensive overview of the grieving process.
For further information, visit AskMaryMac dot com.
Mary M. McCambridge (Ask Mary Mac) has over 25 years experience in the field of grief and bereavement, is an award-winning author, speaker, coach, blogger and publisher and creator of The Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc. (F4GC dot com). With five published works, as well as websites, blogs, and articles to her credit, she has received numerous awards including New York State Senate Legislative Resolution, The Healing Hands Award for her work with grieving children, and her undergraduate alma mater’s highest award to distinguished alumni. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Scranton and an MBA from Fordham University. She has spoken at numerous conferences and has been featured in various television, radio and print media. Partial proceeds from all her books are donated to the Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc.