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Death, Grief, Bereavement

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  • Eines Morgens war alles ganz andersby Barbara Davids

    Lambertus-Verlag 2009; Not Available

    Kinder, die vom Verlust durch den Tod eines geliebten Menschen betroffen sind, reagieren oft mit Wut oder totalem Rückzug. Ihr Verhalten macht Empathie von anderen Kindern und Erwachsenen sehr schwer, die Gefahr einer Barriere des erstarrten Schweigens ist sehr groß. Betroffene Kinder, die dieses Buch zusammen mit Erwachsenen anschauen durften, reagierten... more...

  • Saying Goodbye to Someone You Loveby Norine Dresser; Our House; LMFT MPH MA Fredda Wasserman

    Springer Publishing Company 2010; US$ 15.99

    Named a 2010 Self Help Best Book by Library Journal Saying Goodbye To Someone You Love consists of moving narratives about end of life and grief. These personal histories are complemented by practical guidelines for those caring for their loved ones through the last stages of life. For those who are grieving, the true-to-life-stories demonstrate... more...

  • The Things Between Usby Lee Montgomery

    Free Press 2006; US$ 14.00

    The Montgomerys of Framingham, Massachusetts, are among the last of a dying breed -- New England WASPs who effortlessly combine repression, flamboyant eccentricity, and alcoholism. Fragmented by drink and dysfunction, the family had avoided assembling under one roof for more than a decade. But when Big Dad, the patriarch, was diagnosed with stomach... more...

  • In Lieu of Flowersby Nancy Howard Cobb

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 15.00

    ?Grieving is as natural as breathing, for if we have lived and loved, surely we will grieve. . . .? Nancy Cobb meets death in the most vital of places?in the lives of everyday people?and in doing so has found a way to infuse this darkest subject with light. Her candor and refreshing perspective make the deaths of those she has loved?and death itself?a... more...

  • The Killer's Tearsby Anne-Laure Bondoux; Y. Maudet

    Random House Children's Books 2008; US$ 8.99

    On the afternoon when Angel Allegria arrives at the Poloverdos? farmhouse, he kills the farmer and his wife. But he spares their child, Paolo?a young boy who will claim this as the day on which he was born. Together the killer and the boy begin a new life on this remote and rugged stretch of land in Chile. Then Luis Secunda, a well-to-do and educated... more...

  • The Kids Are All Rightby Diana Welch; Liz Welch; Amanda Welch; Dan Welch

    Crown/Archetype 2009; US$ 15.00

    A Best Book of 2009, Salon.com   ?THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT reinvents the genre. It's a choral book, with the point of view shifting between four siblings -- Amanda, Liz, Dan and Diana Welch -- who recount, and disagree about, the disintegration of their family. After their father's sudden death in a car crash comes their mother's slow death from... more...

  • Lifetimesby Bryan Mellonie; Robert Ingpen

    Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 14.00

    A pet . . . a friend . . . or a relative dies, and it must be explained to a child. This sensitive book is a useful tool in explaining to children that death is a part of life and that, eventually, all living things reach the end of their own special lifetimes. more...

  • Beyond Death Anxietyby PhD Dr. Robert Firestone; PhD Dr. Joyce Catlett

    Springer Publishing Company 2009; US$ 74.99

    "This book fruitfully serves those looking to apply Ernest Beckerís ideas psychotherapeutically, in individual counseling or in group therapy. A capstone to Robert Firestoneís 50 years of work in psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and psychiatry and to the numerous books written by these authors, Firestone and Catlett show how to apply the themes and... more...

  • The Wilderness of Griefby Alan D. Wolfelt

    Companion Press 2007; US$ 12.95

    Based on the author's previous guides to a 10-touchstone method of grief therapy, this book takes an inspirational approach to the material, presenting the idea of wilderness as a sustained metaphor for grief—and likening the death of a loved one to the experience of being wrenched from normal life and dropped down in the middle of nowhere. Feeling... more...

  • Death... And How To Survive Itby Kate Boydell

    Ebury Publishing 2009; US$ 18.32

    'He passed away', 'She's gone', 'He died'... As anyone who has ever lost a loved one will know, the wording doesn't affect the meaning. Nothing can shield you or prepare you for the brutal reality and crippling pain of a death and its repercussions. Kate Boydell was widowed at the age of 33. She felt that her life had lost its purpose and she wanted... more...