Books to help with grief

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Books to help with grief

Post by pennycsf » Sun Dec 07, 2014 4:31 pm

The following books on grief are recommended by CRUSE and are available for sale from amazon.

Healing Grief: A positive, self-help approach to loss, grieving and bereavement by Barbara Ward

The Courage to Grieve: Experienced therapist Judy Tatelbaum writes simply and with understanding about many aspects of grief, including complex situations such as delayed grieving.

The Early Days of Grieving: Derek Nuttal speaks simply and directly to bereaved people, offering support, explanation and information.

The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying: A classic of wisdom and enlightenment from a Buddhist tradition, by a Tibetan writer and teacher who also understands the West.

Through Grief: A popular book by Elizabeth Collick about the pattern of grief and recovery. Helpful for those experiencing deep grief.

You'll Get Over It: The rage of bereavement: The well-known journalist and agony aunt Virgina Ironside writes about her own and others’ experience of bereavement, pulling no punches about the painful turmoil of emotions and angrily dismissing many of the conventional attempts to comfort the bereaved, but finally moving towards the glimmerings of hope.

When Bad Things Happen to Good People: A wise book on suffering written by Rabbi Harold Kushner.

Death is Nothing at all '...I have only slipped away into the next room....' The well-known words of comfort by Canon Henry Scott Holland, attractively presented as a small, illustrated book.

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