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Death, Grief, Bereavement

  • Understanding and Supporting Bereaved Childrenby M.A. Andy McNiel; FT EdD Pamela Gabbay

    Springer Publishing Company 2017; US$ 59.99

    This practical guide provides a framework and useful techniques for helping bereaved youth in numerous settings This welcomed addition to the field of childhood bereavement is brimming with innovative yet practical interventions for human service professionals helping grieving youth in a variety of settings. Written by noted experts with over... more...

  • A New Dayby Fiona McDonald; Fiona McDonald

    Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2017; US$ 15.95

    Brown Mouse is too sad to get out of bed and the other mice can do nothing to make her feel better. Grey Mouse has died which has made all the mice sad. Grey Mouse was kind and sweet and made perfect tea. Brown Mouse needs some time and space to remember her. That night Brown Mouse wakes up and sits with the other mice drinking hot tea and sharing... more...

  • One for Sorrowby Alan Hargrave

    SPCK 2017; US$ 9.99

    One for Sorrow relates the story of the loss of 21-year-old Tom to cancer, and how his family lived through the aftermath. When Alan began writing the memoir, he believed it would be about his son’s illness and death. He soon realized, however, that he was recording his own painful journey through the ‘valley of the shadow’, as a father and... more...

  • And Then It Happenedby Linda Green

    Quercus 2017; US$ 2.99

    'Kept me hooked for hours!' Amazon reviewer. From the bestselling author of While My Eyes Were Closed , comes a heartbreaking story of love against all odds. How would you feel if the only man you'd ever loved was taken away from you? And imagine how he'd feel if he hadn't really been taken away at all - but couldn't find a way to let you... more...

  • Small Piecesby Joanne Limburg

    Atlantic Books 2017; US$ 10.99

    My mother, my family and Judaism are nested inside each other. I am Jewish and always Jewish; it's analogous with family, however hard it is, and however strained, it can never be disavowed... I remain, as my therapist put it, 'enmeshed', all tangled up in the family hoard. This book has been both a continuation of my conversations with them, and... more...

  • A Manual for Heartacheby Cathy Rentzenbrink

    Pan Macmillan 2017; US$ 14.39

    'I devoured A Manual for Heartache in one sitting . . . a kind, honest and wise book about how to make a friend of sadness.' Rachel Joyce When Cathy Rentzenbrink was still a teenager, her happy family was torn apart by an unthinkable tragedy. In A Manual for Heartache she describes how she learnt to live with grief and loss and find joy in... more...

  • Bearing the Unbearableby Joanne Cacciatore; Jeffrey Rubin

    Wisdom Publications 2017; US$ 15.95

    If you love, you will grieve—and nothing is more mysteriously central to becoming fully human.  When a loved one dies, the pain of loss can feel unbearable—especially in the case of a traumatizing death that leaves us shouting, “ NO!”  with every fiber of our body. The process of grieving can feel wild and nonlinear—and often lasts for much longer... more...

  • The Grief Survival Guideby Jeff Brazier

    Hodder & Stoughton 2017; US$ 21.99

    Jeff Brazier has experienced bereavement in many forms: In his childhood, helping his two boys through the devastating death of their mother, Jade Goody, witnessing the anguish of his own mum when she lost both of her parents, and hearing the stories of his coaching clients who are coming to terms with loss. No one can be an expert on grief, but... more...

  • When Is Buddy Coming Home?by Gary Kurz

    Kensington 2017; US$ 11.70

    Mommy, will I ever see Buddy again? How do we explain to our little ones that their beloved pets have gone home to be with the Lord? Do our loyal animal companions understand how deeply they are missed?   For children, the sudden loss of a precious pet can inspire difficult questions about life and death. How can we reassure mourning youngsters... more...

  • Life after Lossby Bob Deits

    Da Capo Press 2017; US$ 24.00

    The grief and recovery classic fully revised and updated Loss is overwhelming. After a loved one's death, a divorce, an injury or disease, or another major life change, recovery often seems daunting, if not impossible. Life after Loss is the go-to resource for anyone who has suffered a major loss. With great compassion and insight, Bob Deits... more...