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Death, Grief, Bereavement

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

    Crown/Archetype 2009; US$ 15.00

    A Best Book of 2009,   ?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...

  • Your Legacy of Loveby Gemini Adams

    Live Consciously Publishing 2009; US$ 9.99

    An insightful guide on preparing for the worst, this book explains how people can minimize the suffering for those that survive them by taking advance action to realize the gift of goodbye. This guide posits that real wealth lies in emotional assetsthe stories, lessons, values, image, voice, and love that makes people who they are. Financial assets... 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...

  • Beautiful Monsterby Kate McCaffrey

    Fremantle Press 2010; US$ 9.95

    It only takes a few blood stained moments for Tessa's life to change forever. Her brother is dead, and her mum is so deeply enmeshed in grief she might as well be too. Tessa is left with no-one to turn to but Ned. He's been her greatest support and staunchest ally, privy to her deepest secrets. It is Ned whose brutal honesty keeps her focussed.... more...

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

    Ebury Publishing 2009; US$ 20.78

    '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...

  • Half a Lifeby Darin Strauss

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.00

    In this powerful, unforgettable memoir, acclaimed novelist Darin Strauss examines the far-reaching consequences of the tragic moment that has shadowed his whole life. In his last month of high school, he was behind the wheel of his dad's Oldsmobile, driving with friends, heading off to play mini-golf. Then: a classmate swerved in front of his car.... more...

  • The Letterby Marie Tillman

    Grand Central Publishing 2012; Not Available

    In 2003, Pat Tillman, serving in the US Army, hastily wrote a "just in case" letter to his wife, Marie. When he returned on leave before his departure to Afghanistan, he placed the letter on top of their bedroom dresser. For months it sat there, sealed and ever-present, like a black hole through which Marie knew her stable life would be pulled if she... more...

  • TO LIVE UNTIL WE SAY GOOD BYEby Elisabeth Kübler-Ross

    Scribner 2011; US$ 15.00

    Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, whose books on death and dying have sold in the millions, now offers an extraordinary visual record of her work. Through the brilliant photographs of Mal Warshaw, To Live Until We Say Good-Bye gives a gripping, intimate view of Dr. Kübler-Ross's counseling work with terminally ill patients as she brings them to an acceptance... more...