Does Anyone Else Hurt This Bad and Live?
By Carlene Vester Eneroth
Practical tips, humor and understanding are given to those who are hurting. Briefly written in a hopeful tone to enlighten and encourage.
The Fall of Freddie the Leaf
By Dr. Leo Buscaglia
A metaphorical story of life and death, and the changing seasons of life.
With color photographs.
Remembering with Love
By E. Levang and S. Lise
These messages of hope are short, readable pages that affirm, support, and teach about loss and love.
What Helped Me When My Loved One Died
By Earl A. Grollman
A collection of personal stories from people who have lost loved ones.
Covers a wide range of relationships and ages.
Life After Loss
By Bob Deits
This is one of the wisest, most reassuring, practical, and readable guides available to adults dealing with losses of all kinds.
When Parents Die: A Guide for Adults
By Edward Myers
Explores in detail the emotional impact-depression, sibling conflict, guilt, even physical distress - that a parent's death may cause.
Why are the Casseroles Always Tuna?
By Darcie D. Sims
A loving look at the lighter side of grief that affirms the normalcy of grief again and again through laughter as well as tears.
Empty Cradle, Broken Heart
By Deborah L. Davis
Comprehensive and sensitive book showing a wide range of experiences following the death of a baby and offering ways to cope.
Recovering from the Loss of a Loved One to AIDS
By Katherine Fair Donnelly
This book is filled with front-line vignettes that are revealing and compassionate. The author has accomplished something remarkable; a written support group for everyone-grieving families, friends, and caregivers.
Words I Never Thought to Speak
By Victoria Alexander
Skillfully edited stories of many who have lost someone through suicidal death, have grieved their losses, and gained resiliency.
By Sherry Gibson
Offers many practical and creative ways newly bereaved people can cope with loss during Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.