Salem, Massachusetts author M.J. Szimanski's insightful and often humorous book, Bereaveability, reveals why and how many people avoid contemplating their own deaths. Funerals, suicide, death in history, social media, military deaths and even vampires, of a sort, come alive.
Online PR News – 17-January-2014 – Salem, Massachusetts – Author M. J. Szimanski has published a new book that explores some of the reasons, rites and rituals people use to avoid seriously thinking about their own deaths. "Bereaveability: Spending a Lifetime Avoiding the Reality of Your Own Death" is an often humorous graveyard romp that may help readers better understand the lengths they go to to deny the inevitable.
Most readers will be able to relate to The Funeral Show, a chapter dedicated to that sacred ceremony where standing upright makes you a winner -- so far. Get a glimpse into hell, suicide, how social media has changed how death is communicated and insulated. Also explored are military deaths, demographic comparisons and the afterlife (and afterdeath) and even a type of vampire probably living and working with you every day.
"Bereaveability: Spending a Lifetime Avoiding the Reality of Your Own Death" is available at www.BereaveItOrNot.com or through Amazon.com at http://x.co/BereaveIt