by Ann K. Finkbeiner
After a child dies, the parent's world changes entirely. Years later, this new world has changed the parents. The exact nature of this change--the long-term effects of the death--illuminates the nature of the bond between parents and children.
by Janice Harris Lord, Eugene D. Wheeler (Editor)
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Offering hope and useful suggestions to those grieving the loss of a loved one, this guide provides outlets for feelings of grief, anger, frustration, and disappointment. It is devoted to the unique grief suffered by the families and friends of persons killed suddenly and violently. This book provides self-affirming skills of emotional expression that will help get survivors well again.
by Erin Tierney Kramp, Douglas H. Kramp, Emily P. McKhann
Living with the End in Mind takes a life-affirming look at preparing yourself and your loved ones for the inevitable-whether you are in perfect health or are ill-so you can live life to its fullest.
by Anne Brener, et al
While it follows the Jewish mourning process and tradition, this book is not just for Jews, but for all people who would gain strength to heal and insight from the Bible and teachings of Jewish tradition.
by Patricia Weenolsen, Bernie S. Siegel
A psychologist who specializes in life-span development and death and dying presents a life-enhancing guide designed to aid the dying in resolving the physical, emotional, and psycho-spiritual concerns of this final time of passage.
by Elizabeth Harper Neeld
Seven Choices offers hope, comfort, and advice that culminates in a discussion ofthe possibility of engaging with change and loss in such a way that the experience becomes life-transforming through consciously moving through the process. One can find release from the past, discover a stronger and balanced self, and experience a renewed zest for life.
by Elizabeth Mehren, Harold Kushner (Introduction)
This inspiring guide to coping with the loss of a child combines the author's own story with the experiences and wisdom of others who have gone through this tragedy.
by Joyce Brothers
The well-known figure shares her personal tragedy--the death in 1989 of her husband--describing the feelings caused by the loss of a spouse and offering readers the knowledge she gained during her period of grief and recovery.
by Ashley Davis Prend
Drawing on a collection of interviews, the author discusses how people grieve and feel loss and how, through time, they come to deal with and transcend the pain in order to continue on in their own lives, many times stronger than they had been before.
by Starhawk, M. Macha NightMare (Contributor), the Reclaiming Collective, M. MacHa nig
A beautifully crafted and deeply spiritual guidebook, The Pagan Book of Living and Dying teaches that death, like birth, is a doorway--another stage in the cycle of life. It will enhance the spiritual beliefs of readers of any faith and help each of us learn to welcome the change and renewal that awaits us on the other side of life.