by Richard J. Obershaw
This book mixes humor with solid practical advice for coping with grief in a down-to-earth, meet-you-where-you-live approach.
by Marilyn Webb
Although modern technology has lengthened our lives and altered how many of us may face death, it has also created painful legal, moral, and spiritual dilemmas. Noted journalist Marilyn Webb addresses these new realities in this riveting, disturbing, yet surprisingly hopeful and inspiring book.
by James E. Miller (Introduction), Thomas Golden
Tom Golden and Jim Miller teamed up to write this concise, informative guide. Half is for men as they grieve and the other half for those who want to understand the masculine style of grief and learn how to support men as they mourn.
104. A Mother's Story
by Gloria Vanderbilt
Journeying back into her own traumatic childhood and the early death of her beloved husband, Vanderbilt discusses her anguish over the suicide of her twenty-four-year-old son and her struggle to cope with the pain and grief over the death of her child.
by Dennis Klass (Editor), Phyllis R. Silverman, Steven L. Nickman (Editor)
Subjects include: bereaved children's changing relationships with the deceased, widowhood and husband sanctification, etc.
by Phyllis Rolfe Silverman
Using stories of children's own experiences supported by data from a large research study, the author explains the wide reange of effects of loss upon children, the challenges they face as they grieve, and ways of supporting them as they change and grow in the bereavement process.
by Linda Goldman
Appropriate for: Healthcare Professionals, Parents.
by Kenneth J. Doka (Editor)
In this book, 21 nationally recognized experts in the field of trauma and grief guide readers to recognize elements of the role of effective helping related to all kinds of sudden loss. Included are chapters on suicide, homicide, accident, heart attack, stroke, military deaths and much more.
by Linda Goldman
Subject covered include: normal grief symptoms, suicidal thoughts in children, reporting child abuse, including children in a funeral, etc.
by Phyllis R. Silverman, Scott D. Campbell
Amazon.com Price: $42.95
Hardcover - 238 pages
In Widower: When Men are Left Alone, a journalist and a social worker explore the grief process as men experience it. The book contains the oral histories of twenty men, ranging in age from 30 to 94, who have lost their wives to a range of causes.