This list includes titles on loss of a child, loved one, partner, and pet.
None of us want to experience the loss of a loved one, but the sad reality is we've all experienced it, and it is certain that grief will come knocking many times throughout our lives. A psychotherapist for more than twenty years, Lise Leblanc has learned that we are rarely fully prepared for a loved one's death or our reaction to it. Like so many others, you may not know how to deal with the emotions, communication problems, and other complexities that arise in times of grief and loss. Although this book cannot take your suffering away, Conscious Grief & Loss Guide will provide you with deep insights and effective strategies. It will answer many of your questions while guiding you to achieve an optimum state of wellness throughout your grief journey.
Kessler, David, 1959- author
In this groundbreaking new work, David Kessler--an expert on grief and the coauthor with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross of the iconic On Grief and Grieving--journeys beyond the classic five stages to discover a sixth stage: meaning.
Martin, John D., author
Deits, Bob, 1933-, author
Ashton, Jennifer, author
Shares the author's experiences after the suicide of her ex-husband, as well as the most recent insights into suicide from the medical community.
Reed, Marina L.
If you have lost your partner, your love, your other half, this book is for you. If you don't know where to turn because your heart is so very broken, open the cover of this book. Inside these pages are moments you can identify with and guidance that will help you on this painful journey through grief.
Hone, Lucy, author
Okun, Barbara F.
"Saying Goodbye" explores what this means for those who may be life "living with death" for an extended period of time. Guiding readers through this complex journey, Okun and Nowinski introduce and explore its five stages and offer a road map that will help readers navigate their way through the realities of death and dying.
Fitzpatrick, Sonya, 1940-
Zenoff, Nisha, author