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Death, Grief, Bereavement

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  • First Steps Through Bereavementby Sue Mayfield

    Lion Hudson 2011; US$ 5.40

    "First Steps' is a new series of short, affordable self-help guides on a range of key issues. In First Steps through Bereavement, Sue Mayfield provides practical and encouraging advice on coping with bereavement including how to get through the different stages of bereavement and how to express one’s own feelings. Other titles in the... more...

  • Living Through Griefby Harold Bauman

    Lion Hudson 2012; US$ 2.15

    Sooner or later we all have to go through the grieving process. We do not fully understand grief until we walk through it ourselves. But grief has a common pattern, and it helps if we know what to expect. This carefully crafted book gently explains the stages of grief and suggests practical steps for learning to live again. It shares the profound comfort... more...

  • Losing a Childby Elaine Storkey

    Lion Hudson 2012; US$ 2.15

    The loss of a child may happen in many different ways. But each lost child is precious. And behind each loss there is grief. How can we cope with the shock and the pain? Where can we turn for help? Who will answer the ‘whys’ and ‘if onlys’? This is a helpful, positive book. It faces the pain but also offers encouragement and hope.... more...

  • Always Too Soonby Allison Gilbert; Christina Baker Kline

    Da Capo Press 2010; US$ 22.00

    While the death of a parent is always painful, losing both is life-altering. When author Allison Gilbert lost both parents at age 32, she could not find any books that spoke to her with the same level of compassion and reassurance that she found in the support group she belonged to, so she decided to write one of her own. The result is a sensitive... more...

  • An Introduction to Coping with Griefby Sue Morris

    Little, Brown Book Group 2017; US$ 5.99

    Grief is a natural reaction to loss but in some cases it can be devastating, preventing you from moving on in your life and affecting your relationships and work. This fully updated self-help guide offers an examination and explanation of the grieving process and outlines clinically-proven strategies, based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT),... more...

  • Making Friends with Deathby Laura Pritchett

    Viva Editions 2017; US$ 10.99

    Death is a great and grand mystery, and the actual act of dying is the last physical act of our lives. We can do it well, like a graceful well-rehearsed piano solo—or we can do it like that first awkward dance with a middle-school crush. But if anything deserves our full attention, some preparation, or some renewed clarity, death might be it. In... more...

  • And Then You're Deadby Cody Cassidy; Paul Doherty

    Allen & Unwin 2017; US$ 15.90

    A fun, gruesomely fascinating and scientifically accurate guide to some of the most bizarre ways to die. more...

  • Perfect Endingsby Robert Sachs

    Inner Traditions/Bear & Company 1998; US$ 12.95

    Written with lucidity and compassionate understanding, Perfect Endings shows how the death experience is an expansion into a wider dimension of our core being. As we move through our dying process, all the strength and wisdom we have gained in a lifetime is called forth. This is a time of quickening in which the final stages of living work themselves... more...

  • A Good Life to the Endby Ken Hillman

    Allen & Unwin 2017; US$ 17.82

    A professor of intensive care asks why so many elderly people linger in pain and confusion in ICU when all they want is to die at home in peace and with their loved ones. A crucial and timely rallying cry against unnecessary suffering and for humanity and gentle acceptance at the end of our lives. more...

  • Sobre las alas de una libélula, el viaje de una escéptica hacia la mediumnidadby Daniela I. Norris; María Emilia Pauletto

    Pandreco Ltd. 2016; US$ 2.00

    Sobre las alas de una libélula, el viaje de una escéptica hacia la mediumnidad es la búsqueda personal y sincera del sentido de la vida, la muerte y el sufrimiento. Su objetivo es darle esperanza a aquellos que han perdido un ser querido y, a los que están a punto de pasar al Más Allá, confianza en que no es el final. Está escrito para gente común... more...