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Death, Grief, Bereavement

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  • Awake at the Bedsideby Koshin Paley Ellison; Matt Weingast; Karmapa

    Wisdom Publications 2016; US$ 11.99

    This book isn’t about dying. It’s about life and what life has to teach us. It’s about caring and what  giving  care really means.  In  Awake at the Bedside , pioneers of palliative and end-of-life care as well as doctors, chaplains, caregivers and even poets offer wisdom that will challenge, uplift, comfort—and change the way we think about death. ... more...

  • Parent Griefby Paul C. Rosenblatt

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 44.95

    Explores what couple and individual stories say and do not say about the child's dying and death and about parent grief. The author uses narratives as his tool for the introduction and exploration of the many facets of parental grief. more...

  • Learning to Be a Widowby Gwen Romagnoli

    Argo-Navis 2016; US$ 6.99

    Gwen Romagnoli has written numerous personal essays as well as travel and food articles for the Boston Globe , the Los Angeles Times ,and the American Express Magazine . She lived for many years in Italy, but met her Roman husband, Franco, in the U.S. Together they wrote the book, Italy, the Romagnoli Way: A Culinary Journey , about lesser-known... more...

  • La vie à tout prixby Linda Sorge Ceppitelli

    Primento Digital Publishing 2016; US$ 4.99

    L’existence d’un être est parsemée d’épreuves, Linda nous livre celles qu'elle traversées Une jolie pousse blonde, qui pour se construire, oscille entre la maladie, le handicap, un père lointain et un grand-père fermé... Voici le récit d'une bataille, celle de Linda, pour avancer, se forger des repères et créer à son tour une famille. La vie à... more...

  • Disaster Fallsby Stephane Gerson

    Crown/Archetype 2017; US$ 26.00

    A haunting chronicle of what endures when the world we know is swept away   On a day like any other, on a rafting trip down Utah’s Green River, Stéphane Gerson’s eight-year-old son, Owen, drowned in a spot known as Disaster Falls. That night, as darkness fell, Stéphane huddled in a tent with his wife, Alison, and their older son, Julian, trying... more...

  • The Men in My Lifeby Patricia Bosworth

    HarperCollins 2017; US$ 22.39

    Acclaimed biographer Patricia Bosworth recalls her emotional coming of age in 1950s New York in this profound and powerful memoir, a story of family, marriage, tragedy, Broadway, and art, featuring a rich cast of well-known literary and theatrical figures from the period. From Bosworth—acclaimed biographer of Montgomery Clift, Diane Arbus, Marlon... more...

  • May Cause Loveby Kassi Underwood

    HarperCollins 2017; US$ 21.59

    In this powerful memoir, a fiercely honest and surprisingly funny testament to healing after abortion, a young woman travels across the United States to meet a motley crew of spiritual teachers and a caravan of new friends. At age nineteen, Kassi Underwood discovered she was pregnant. Broke, unwed, struggling with alcohol, and living a thousand... more...

  • Brotherby Matthew Dickman; Michael Dickman

    Faber & Faber 2016; US$ 16.03

    The multi-award winning Dickman twins are from America's outstanding generation of younger poets. Their poetry lives take different expression. Matthew writes with the ebullience of Frank O'Hara, Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac; Michael with the control of William Carlos Williams and Emily Dickinson. But they are unified by the unflinching, remarkable... more...

  • When the Bough Breaksby Judith R. Bernstein

    Andrews McMeel 2011; US$ 9.99

    When the Bough Breaks presents a breakthrough concept of mourning, documenting the process of evolution from initial grief to an altered outlook on life. Excerpts from interviews with 50 parents who lost a child from five to forty-five trace the road from utter devastation to a revised view of life, resulting in a work that is a tribute to resilience... more...

  • Lessons for the Livingby Stan Goldberg

    Shambhala 2009; US$ 23.99

    When Stan Goldberg was diagnosed with cancer, he chose to face his fear by helping others who were already in the process of dying: Stan signed up as a hospice volunteer and spent several years at the bedsides of the terminally ill. In this book, Stan shares the remarkable stories of people he met who were facing the end of life. Their stories shine... more...