by Forrest Carter
The super-seller memoir of a Cherokee boyhood in the 1930s. The most sensitive and evocative autobiographical account ever of the Cherokee way, as seen through the eyes of a young boy in the Appalachian Mountains.
by Elizabeth Levang, Sherokee Ilse
Reassurance and compassion for those struggling with a loved one's loss.
by Ira, M.D. Byock
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Dying Well brings us into the homes and bedsides of families with whom the author has worked, telling stories of love and reconciliation in the face of tragedy, pain and conflict. It provides a blueprint for families, showing them how to deal with doctors, how to talk to friends and relatives, and how to make the end of life as meaningful and precious as the beginning.
by Ted Menten, Theodore Menten
The sequel to Ted Menten's Gentle Closings--written to help the dying person and their loved ones deal with the inevitable goodbye--this book is designed to help the survivors find ways to grieve, let go, and move on after the death of a loved one.
by Gary Kurz
There are no words that can change the feeling of emptiness we feel with the loss of that special "friend" who shared our heart and life. Their unconditional love and devotion are missed as much as their splendid and unique personality. But we can replace the grief with joyful anticipation when we realize that there is hope and comfort to be found. The words of this book are offered to guide you to that place.
by Judy Tatelbaum
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This unusual self-help book about surviving grief offers the reader comfort and inspiration. Although the book emphasizes the response to the death of a loved one, The Courage to Grieve can help with every kind of loss and grief.
by Carla Fine
Drawing on her own ordeal following her husband's suicide, as well as the experiences of other survivors and the knowledge of professionals, the author offers guidance through the various stages of the process of grieving and reconciliation.
by Susan J. Zonnebelt-Smeenge, et al
Throughout Getting to the Other Side of Grief, the authors share their stories as living proof that if worked through properly, grief will lead the way to a fresh new life. Complete healing doesn't happen without intentional effort (time alone doesn't heal), and this intentional effort, for complete success, must combine Christian faith and sound mental health practices.
29. Losing Your Parents, Finding Your Self : The Defining Turning Point of Adult Life
by Victoria Secunda
Victoria Secunda is a journalist, lecturer, d the author of several award-winningbooks, including When You and Your Mother Can't Be Friends. Her Articles have appeared in major publications, and she has been a frequent guest on Oprah and the Today Show, as well as numerous other television and radio programs here and abroad.
by Laurel E. Hunt (Editor)
A dog is more than just a petits a loyal companion, a beloved member of the family, a trusted friend. ANGEL PAWPRINTS celebrates dogs from the past and present in a moving tribute.