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Help With Grief – Recommended Reading

You will probably feel a variety of emotions when you lose someone you love. The ability to make it through the death of a loved one can be challenging. You may have feelings of shock and disbelief, anger, guilt and depression.

Caring for yourself is not selfish. The period of recovery is different for every person. There is no timetable for grief, so don't compare yourself with others who have lost loved ones. Your life has changed and healing in your own way is important for the health of your mind, body and spirit. It's normal for some days to be better than others.

The following sources will provide you with sound information to help you manage your feelings and emotions at this most difficult time.

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Recommended Reading

Aarvy the Ardvaark Finds Hope,
Donna O'Toole, 1988, Mountain Rainbow Publications

A Child's View of Grief
Alan D. Wolfelt, 2003, Companion Press

A Loving Testimony- Remembering Loved Ones Lost to AIDS,
Leslea Newman, 1995, The Crossing Press

Bereaved Children: A Support Guide for Parents and Professionals
Earl A. Grollman, 1996, Beacon Press

Companion Through the Darkness,
Stephanie Ericsson, 1988, Harper Collins

Empty Cradle, Broken Heart,
Deborah L. Davis, 1991, Fulcrum Publishing

The Fall of Freddie the Leaf
Leo Buscaglia, 2002, Henry Holt & Co.

Good Grief,

Granger Westberg, 1971, Fortress Press

Healing After the Suicide of a Loved One,
Ann Smolin & John Guinan, 1993, Fireside

How to Survive the Loss of a Love,
Colgrove, Bloomfield, McWilliams, 1991, Prelude Press

How I Feel: A Coloring Book for Grieving Children
Alan D. Wolfelt, 1996, Companion Press

Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like crying: Embracing Life After Loss
Allen Klein and Earl Grollman, 2011, Goodman Beck Publishing

Life and Loss: A Guide to Help Grieving Children

Linda Goldman, 1999, Routledge

Living When a Loved One Has Died

Earl A. Grollman, 2002, Souvenir

Living with Grief After Sudden Loss,
Kenneth J. Doka, ed., 1996, Hospice Foundation of America

Praying Our Goodbyes,
Joyce Rupp, 1988, Ave Maria Press

Suicide: Survivors- A Guide for Those Left Behind,
Adina Wrobleski, 1994, Afterwords

Survivors of Suicide
Rita Robinson, 2001 revised, Career Books

Talking About Death: A Dialogue between Parent and Child
Earl A. Grollman, 2011, Beacon Press

The Courage to Grieve,
Judy Tatelbaum, 1980, Harper & Row

The National Directory of Bereavement Support Groups and Services,
Mary M. Wong, ed., 1996, ADM Publishing, Forest Hills, N.Y.

Understanding Your Grief: Ten Essential Touchstones
Alan D. Wolfelt and John DeBerry, 2004, Companion Press

Waterbugs and Dragonflies,
Doris Stickney, 1982, The Pilgrim Press

When Bad Things Happen to Good People,
Harold S. Kushner, 1981, Avon

When Someone Very Special Dies
Marge Heegaard, 1988, Woodland Press

When Parents Die,
Edward Myers, 1986, Penguin

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