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- Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 16.00
In this invaluable guide and touchstone, New York Times bestselling author Jon Katz addresses the difficult but necessary topic of saying goodbye to a beloved pet. Drawing on personal experiences, stories from fellow pet owners, and philosophical reflections, Katz provides support for those in mourning. By allowing ourselves to grieve honestly... more...
- 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...
- St. Martin's Press 2009; US$ 19.99
The loss of a loved one, a bitter divorce, a serious injury or financial crisis--we must all, at some point, face those unavoidable moments that divide our lives into "before" and "after." How do we muscle through tough times and emerge stronger, wiser--even grateful for our struggle? In 1984, author Jerry White lost his leg in a tragic accident.... more...
- Headline 2010; US$ 16.60
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... more...
- Hodder & Stoughton 2010; US$ 15.27
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...
- Hachette Australia 2010; US$ 18.26
We have a word, orphan, to describe someone who has lost their parents; but there's no word for parents who have lost their child. There is only grief. It is an unnamed, unspoken tragedy that touches all families in some way. Few of us realise that one in four pregnancies results in a loss; that the line between immense heartbreak and the greatest... more...
- Orion 2010; US$ 16.60
Ruthlessly honest memoir of a widow's pain in coming to terms with the death of her husband. This haunting memoir of grief recounts the death from cancer of Nick Clarke, much-loved BBC radio presenter of THE WORLD AT ONE - and the aftermath - from his widow Barbara's point of view. With painful honesty, Barbara lays open her ambivalent... more...
- Hodder & Stoughton 2009; US$ 15.27
On April 13th, 2004 Gloria Hunniford's 41 year old daughter, Caron Keating, died after a secret seven year battle with cancer. The world that had changed with Caron's diagnosis, now shattered. Life had been cruelly interrupted, a black hole opened in Glorias heart, she was consumed with the unimaginable grief that the loss of a child brings and she... more...
- Little, Brown Book Group 2011; US$ 15.27
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...