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Books that are devoted to bereavement support, written by people who have made a personal journey through grief.
 
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The Bereaved Parent
The Bereaved Parent
Harriet has written the classic book for parents whose child has died - and for all who want to help them. Many such parents feel that no one can help because no one can understand the complex ramifications of their tragedy: the exhaustion, the quarrels with mates, the sleeplessness, the panic, the inertia, the horror of laughter - all the seemingly endless aftermath of sorrow and despair. Yet, because she herself is a bereaved mother, Harriet Sarnoff Schiff is able to give genuine comfort.
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My Son... My Son...
My Son... My Son...
A Guide to Healing After Death, Loss, or Suicide
Iris Bolton (Author)
A reader says: "An excellent source of comfort for the grieving. This well-written text was extremely helpful to me and my family during an incredibly difficult tragedy, the suicide death of a beloved son. Survivors need education as well as encouragement from someone like Ms. Bolton, who has truly been in our shoes. I have recommended this book to many bereaved people, even those who have not been touched by suicide."
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Real Men Do Cry
Real Men Do Cry
Eric Hipple (Author)
"Real Men Do Cry", by former NFL quarterback Eric Hipple, is an incredible story of tragedy and triumph. After his 15-year-old son died of suicide, Eric fell into a debilitating downward spiral. Bankrupt and jailed for drunk driving, he found the strength to seek therapy for his own depression and was able to make an amazing comeback. With unflinching honesty, Eric shares his journey, thus opening the door for others to realize that depression is treatable.
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The Lessons of Love
The Lessons of Love
Melody Beattie (Author)
Melody Beattie chronicles her grief over the death of her son Shane in a skiing accident in 1991; for two years she found herself unable to work. But with the help of family, friends and her own inner resources, she was finally able to put her life back together. Then, however, she was faced with another test: her daughter Nichole's alcoholism. But this time, from her reserves of spiritual strength, Beattie met the problem head-on. Convincing her daughter to enter a treatment center, she was able to forge a closer relationship between them.
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Letters to My Son
Letters to My Son
A Journey Through Grief
Mitch Carmody (Author)
This is a very powerfully written book, by a bereaved father, about death, grief, loss and recovery, hope and a stalwart belief in miracles. A moving story of love, loss and recovery that will grab your heart, nourish your soul and open your eyes. A must read for anyone who has experienced a great loss and is trying to find some path out of the darkness of their despair or to understand those that are. The breathtaking pencil illustrations throughout the book were done by the author as well. They only compliment an already loving and tender book that you will never forget. You will find yourself walking in the author's shoes as you travel his journey with him. You will laugh and most assuredly you will cry as you experience his pain in trying to accept the unacceptable ~ the death of his child.
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Stop Trying To Fix Me:
Stop Trying To Fix Me:
I'm Grieving As Fast As I Can
Nancy Clark (Author)
The author's world turned upside down after her husband of 49 years died. While the advice and comments from friends and family were well-intentioned, they often felt like salt in an open wound. Nancy Clark lays bare her very personal journey from anguish, anger and despair to hope and even joy. Unlike other books about grief, this one includes evidence of the afterlife as Ms. Clark recollects her own near-death experiences and describes several after-death communications, offering reassurance that our loved ones are always with us.
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Waiting With Gabriel
Waiting With Gabriel
A Story of Cherishing a Baby's Brief Life
Amy Kuebelbeck (Author)
When Amy Kuebelbeck was told that the child she was carrying had a fatal heart condition, she and her husband were faced with an impossible decision: to give their baby a chance at life -- and with it, enormous pain and suffering -- or to let their baby die naturally, most likely just a few weeks after birth. The unforgettable journey that ensued would change not only their lives, but also the lives of everyone who came in contact with them, from family and friends to healthcare workers and complete strangers. Told in Kuebelbeck's intimate, artful prose, this story is not simply one of personal tragedy -- it is a story of deep parental love, of the blessing of supportive family and friends, and of cherishing life. It is the story of one family, and one baby, but it will touch the minds and hearts of all who read it.
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Quit Kissing My Ashes
Quit Kissing My Ashes
A Mother's Journey Through Grief
Judy Collier (Author)
"Quit Kissing My Ashes" is an extraordinary gift to anyone who reads it. Unlike many of the best-selling books concerning after-death communication, this book contains hundreds of ways in which ONE individual is able to bridge the two worlds. Not only will you laugh at Kyle's antics, but you will also be exposed to the powerful impact that a psychic can contribute to the grief process. From the griever's perspective, you will experience the way in which this special gift of mediumship interplays with the relentless determination of our dead loved ones to communicate with us that they still exist and are okay.
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Awakening from Grief
Awakening from Grief
Finding the Road Back to Joy
John E. Welshons (Author)
A treasure chest filled with heart-warming stories of growth, insightful, compassionate wisdom, and useful, inspirational help. It is a superb resource for those who are working to understand the confusing and difficult emotions surrounding loss. It will help the reader to develop a new perspective on loss . . . to recognize that rather than victimizing us, loss gives us the opportunity to develop a deeper experience of life, a deeper experience of love, and a profoundly expanded sense of happiness. It speaks directly to those who are dealing with the loss of a relationship, divorce, the death of a parent, the loss of a spouse, caring for an aging or sick relative, the loss of a child, alcoholic parents, and the illness or death of friends. It is a tremendous aid to those who are grieving, those who care for them, and those who wish to prepare for life's inevitable changes.
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The Rooms of Heaven
The Rooms of Heaven
A Story of Love, Death, Grief, and the Afterlife
Mary Allen (Author)
When Mary Allen falls in love with Jim Beaman, she doesn't know he has a drug problem, but she does sense demons and angels around him, like "a disturbance in the air, a sound just beyond the register of human hearing." And when Jim--discouraged and depressed, struggling with his addiction--kills himself a year into their relationship, Allen is unable to let him go. In her desperate attempts to recover from the loss, she uses a Ouija board and automatic writing to pull back from reality into the dark recesses of her mind, where she believes she can find him. The result is a mesmerizing trip across the boundaries between this world and the afterlife, a journey that leads her to the brink of insanity and ultimately back to herself.
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