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Death, Grief, Bereavement

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  • Simple Abundanceby Sarah Ban Breathnach

    Hachette Australia 2011; US$ 32.57

    With over five million copies sold, SIMPLE ABUNDANCE is the book that has become a life bible for women everywhere. This is edition is specifically adapted for Australian and New Zealand readers. more...

  • The Welcome Visitorby John Humphrys

    Hodder & Stoughton 2010; Not Available

    Death is a subject modern society shies away from. Even doctors avoid the word. But if we regard death as a failure in our desire to prolong life, can we ever arrive at a humane approach to those whose lives have lost meaning? Are we keeping people alive simply because we can?Here, John Humphrys and his co-author Dr Sarah Jarvis take a wider look at... more...

  • Staring at the Sunby Irvin D. Yalom

    Little, Brown Book Group 2011; Not Available

    Over the past quarter century Irvin Yalom has established himself as the world's leading group psychotherapist. In STARING AT THE SUN, he explores how the knowledge of our own mortality affects the unconscious mind of every human being. Tackling the effect of mankind's fear of death - both conscious and unconscious - on life and how we might live it,... more...

  • Why Not Me?by Barbara Want

    Orion 2010; Not Available

    Ruthlessly honest memoir of a widow's pain in coming to terms with the death of her husband. more...

  • The Long Goodbyeby Meghan O'Rourke

    Little, Brown Book Group 2011; Not Available

    Meghan O'Rourke was thirty-two when her mother died of cancer on Christmas Day, 2008. As a writer, even in the depths of her grief, she was fascinated by what she observed of herself in the aftermath: the rage she felt, not only at what had happened to her mother, but also at the inability of people to acknowledge her pain; her sense that the meaning... more...

  • Wife, Interruptedby Amy Molloy

    Headline 2010; Not Available

    My story begins where most women hope theirs will end ? with a big, white wedding. After all, isn?t that how every good fairy tale finishes? I thought so. And at 23 it seemed my ?happy ever after? was secure. I?d met the man of my dreams whilst on a gap year in Australia. Less than a month later he proposed and I accepted. But within twelve months... more...

  • Healing Griefby James van Praagh

    Little, Brown Book Group 2011; Not Available

    In HEALING GRIEF James Van Praagh draws on his unique access to the world of spirit to show you how to move on from pain and grief to achieve inner peace. Sensitive and inspiring, HEALING GRIEF shows you how to cope with losing a loved one and rebuilding your life. The book explains that by confronting repressed feelings of grief and anger you can... more...

  • Salvation Creekby Susan Duncan

    Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 14.41

    At 44 Susan Duncan appeared to have it all. Editor of two top-selling women's magazines, a happy marriage, a jetsetting lifestyle covering stories from New York to Greenland, the world was her oyster. But when her beloved husband and brother die within three days of each other, her glittering life shatters. In shock, she zips on her work face, climbs... more...

  • What Should I Say, What Can I Do?by Rebecca Bram Feldbaum

    Pocket Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    WHEN SEVERE ILLNESS OR DEATH STRIKES A MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY OR COMMUNITY, DO YOU WANT TO HELP BUT WORRY THAT YOU'LL MAKE MATTERS WORSE? YOUR SUPPORT AND AID CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE -- FAR MORE THAN YOU REALIZE. You'll discover in What Should I Say, What Can I Do? Practical advice on what to do at hospitals and funerals The right words... more...

  • What Should I Say, What Can I Do?by Rebecca Bram Feldbaum

    Pocket Books 2011; Not Available

    WHEN SEVERE ILLNESS OR DEATH STRIKES A MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY OR COMMUNITY, DO YOU WANT TO HELP BUT WORRY THAT YOU'LL MAKE MATTERS WORSE? YOUR SUPPORT AND AID CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE -- FAR MORE THAN YOU REALIZE. You'll discover in What Should I Say, What Can I Do? Practical advice on what to do at hospitals and funerals The right words... more...