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Below are some books on grief our editorial team has picked out for you.

 

My Uncle Keith Died
by Carol Ann Loehr

Book Description: Assists and supports adults in their efforts to explain and discuss suicide with children. In this true-to-life story, Cody learns that his Uncle Keith died by suicide. As Cody attempts to understand why his uncle would end his own life, he comes to understand how depression sometimes leads to suicide and why so many people misunderstand the illness of depression.

 
     
     

The After Journey
by Laurie-Ann Weis

Book Description: The After Journey is a collection of insights from people who’ve lost partners and spouses. They share their experiences with moving forward, from taking off wedding rings, invitations for one, raising children alone to dating again. The book is simply a friend that can hold your hand when getting through the first and second year alone.

 
     

The Infinite Thread: Healing Relationships beyond Loss
by Alexandra Kennedy - 245 pages

Book Quote: "When a loved one dies, many people are filled with regret for all that was never expressed between them..." 

 
     

I Wasn't Ready to Say Goodbye: Surviving, Coping and Healing After the Sudden Death of a Loved One
by Brook Noel, Pamela D. Blair - 304 pages

Book Quote: "I believe no matter how much pain we're in, there is something inside of us stronger than the pain..." 

 
     

How To Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies
by Therese A. Rando - 352 pages

Book Quote: "APRIL 1st was a beautiful, sunny day that year..." 

 
     

Finding Your Way After Your Spouse Dies
by Marta Felber - 160 pages

Book Quote: "Your spouse has died, and I'm sorry..."  

 
     

Getting to the Other Side of Grief: Overcoming the Loss of a Spouse
by Susan J. Zonnebelt-Smeenge, Robert Devries, Baker Book House, Robert C. De Vries - 222 pages

Book Description: Beginning with the premise that a full resolution to grief is possible, the authors extend this lifeline to readers: 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. In offering these interwoven disciplines, the authors give readers the benefit of both the male and female perspective.   

 
     

I'm Grieving As Fast As I Can: How Young Widows and Widowers Can Cope and Heal
by Linda Sones Feinberg - 180 pages

Book Description: Highlighting the special circumstances of facing an untimely death.

 
     

The Widow's Handbook: A Guide for Living
by Charlotte Foehner - 320 pages

 

 
     

When There Are No Words: Finding Your Way to Cope With Loss and Grief
by Charlie Walton, Pathfinder Pub - 112 pages

 
     

Healing After Loss: Daily Meditations For Working Through Grief
by Martha W. Hickman - 384 pages

Book Quote: "When we are drawn into the brotherhood or sisterhood of loss, tenderness seems to be our natural state..."   

 
     

I Will Remember You
by Laura Dower - 208 pages

Book Description: Just as death is a part of life, grieving is a part of living. For teens, this can be a particularly painful lesson to learn. I WILL REMEMBER YOU is an inspirational and accessible guide to coping with loss. It includes personal stories of death and life from real teens, advice from a renowned grief counselor, and dozens of hands-on creative exercises to help teens move through their pain and sorrow . . . into tomorrow.

 
     

The Worst Loss : How Families Heal from the Death of a Child
by Barbara D. Rosof - 304 pages

Book Quote: "Patrick was fifteen, and he savored every moment of his summer..."   

 
     

A Broken Heart Still Beats: After Your Child Dies
by Anne McCracken, Mary Semel - 328 pages

Book Quote: "The forty-year-old woman squeezed the last suitcase into her car trunk, got into the driver's seat, and reached back to check her son's seat belt..."   

 
     

 

   
 
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