by Alan D. Wolfelt
This spiritual guide to those grieving the death of someone loved explores the mourner's journey through grief, in particular the six needs that all mourners must meet to heal and grow.
by Phil Rich
Like a knowing and sympathetic companion, this unique journal is designed to help you work through the painful emotions, thoughts, and memories that surface when you have lost someone dear to you. Written by a professional counselor, this book supplies you with important information about grief and the grieving process. But, more importantly, it invokes the healing power of writing to provide you with a means for collecting your thoughts, sorting out your feelings, and taking an active part in your own recovery.
by Deborah Morris Coryell
Startling, simple, and beautifully written, Good Grief: Healing Through the Shadow of Loss is for anyone who is grieving. Good Grief is also practical, highlighting techniques designed to alleviate the emotional trauma of loss.
by Myra MacPherson, Kenneth J. Doka (Introduction)
Acclaimed author and journalist Myra MacPherson takes the reader on a remarkably intimate journey into the world of Anna, a vibrant young woman, as she and her family live with dying. Threaded through this personal tapestry are vital information and guidance needed by each of us when struggling with great stress and grief. It teaches us all how to be stronger friends for those we love who have a limited time to live.
by Rachel Faldet (Editor), Karen Fitton (Editor)
Approximately twenty percent of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. This moving collection of stories, essays, and poems provides the sort of emotional support and personal identification that so many people desperately crave. Fifty contributors, including four men, share vivid, real-life accounts of how miscarriage has affected their lives.
by Elizabeth Levang
Insightful text on the unique character of men's grief and how they face loss. Includes poetry and strategies for partners, friends, and relatives.
by Marie de Hennezel, Carol Brown Janeway (Translator)
How do we learn to die? Most of us spend our lives avoiding that question, but this luminous book--a major best-seller in France--answers it with a directness and eloquence that are nothing less than transforming.
by Joey O'Connor
Writing with warmth and understanding, Joey O'Connor shows how to teach your child to trust God and celebrate life and to deal with, learn from, and have hope in the face of death.
by Kim Kluger-Bell
A groundbreaking psychological study of the enduring impact of pregnancy loss and abortion. Unspeakable Losses is an indispensable contribution to the growing dialogue on women and pregnancy loss.
by Victoria Alexander
The first paperback edition of deeply moving, wonderfully written, inspiring stories told by people whose lives have been touched by the suicide of someone close to them - a book of wisdom, inspiration and emotional healing.