The author of this reassuring book has devoted much of his time to helping terminally ill children, AIDS patients, and their families. Gentle Closings shares their wisdom about ways to say "I love you" while there is still time.
by Helen Fitzgerald
Even with the help of friends and family, grieving the death of a loved one can be a complex, sometimes overwhelming, process. The Mourning Handbook is written as a companion to those mourners in need of practical and emotional assistance during the trying times before and after the death of a loved one.
by Edward Myers
This sensitive guide offers both an overview and specific suggestions for coping with the death of a parent. Topics range from the psychological responses, such as shock, depression, and guilt, to the practical consequences, including dealing with estates and funerals.
by Wallace Sife
Author and professional bereavement counselor Dr.Wallace Sife updates and expands the widely successful 1993 version for readers who need help coping with and understanding this particular kind of grief. Aimed at examining the impact of the relationship that humans have with pets as well as each stage of the grieving process, this revised edition offers new perspectives on the human-pet bond and unique insights for finding personal answers to the loss.
by Joy Johnson, Marvin Johnson
Gives needed information to those who work with grieving children. Basic, reader friendly, and talks about what you really need to know and how children respond to grief from infancy to teen.
by Jane Brooks
This thoughtful exploration of a neglected subject explains the emotional impact of losing parents in the midst of midlife -- and why many underestimate it.
by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Todd Gold (Contributor)
In her last and most moving book, a much-anticipated autobiography, the woman who transformed the way we think about death and dying offers a remarkable, inspiring portrait of life and living.
by Alexander Levy
The Orphaned Adult validates the wide array of disorienting emotions that can accompany the death of our parents by sharing both the author's heart-felt experience of loss and the moving stories of countless adults who have shared their losses with him.
by Maxine Harris
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Based on interviews with scores of people and her own experience as a clinical psychologist, the author traces the lasting effect of the premature death of one's parents on all aspects of one's life.