Invisible Loss

Recognizing and Healing the Unacknowledged Heartbreak of Everyday Grief
Paperback Book - Preorder (Available June 18, 2024)
Paperback Book - Preorder
Available June 18, 2024
eBook - Preorder
Available June 18, 2024
Full Description

A road map to recognize and heal the unspoken, often-misunderstood experience of everyday loss—and finally move into living a full life

“Compared to most, my problems are small.” “I should be happy with what I’ve got.” We have an inner judge that tells us grief is “allowed” for big losses, but that we should be able to tough it out through everyday heartbreak—like financial worries, isolation, prejudice and bigotry, or our sense of helplessness in a troubled world. “These are losses society doesn’t recognize, mirror back to us, or validate,” says acclaimed grief educator Christina Rasmussen. “As a result, we don’t recognize or validate them either.”

In Invisible Loss, Rasmussen shines a light on this unrecognized form of grief. Because we avoid invisible loss, we don’t process it; instead, we seek the protection of an endless “waiting room” in the hope that time will heal our wounds. Here, Rasmussen helps you meet your loss with grace, free from shame or guilt. Then she shares a powerful five-step process called the Life Reentry® Model to help you cleanse stagnant emotions and habits, build your capacity for reflection and acceptance, and reclaim control of your life.

“The entire world is silently grieving, attempting to process a form of heartbreak unlike anything we’ve ever experienced. We need a new language and road map for our invisible losses,” says Rasmussen. This book gives you the tools you need in order to heal, move forward, and embrace the life you were meant to lead.

Format Details
Paperback Book - Preorder (Available June 18, 2024) eBook - Preorder (Available June 18, 2024)
Contents Paperback Book (224 pages) eBook (224 pages)
Dimensions 6 x 9 inches
Product Code BK06546 BK06546W
ISBN Number 978-1-64963-007-0 978-1-64963-008-7
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Christina Rasmussen

About Christina Rasmussen

Christina Rasmussen is an acclaimed grief educator and the author of Second Firsts and Where Did You Go? She is the founder of the Life Reentry Institute and has helped countless people break out of what she coined the “waiting room” of grief to rebuild their lives through her Life Reentry® Model, a new paradigm of grief, based on the science of neuroplasticity. She lives in Austin, Texas. For more, visit

Author photo © Marc Olivier Le Blanc