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Death, Grief, Bereavement

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  • 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...

  • Empty Cradle, Broken Heartby Deborah Davis

    Fulcrum Publishing 2016; US$ 19.99

    The heartache of miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death affects thousands of U.S. families every year. Empty Cradle, Broken Heart, Third Edition offers reassurance to parents who struggle with anger, guilt, and despair during and after such a tragedy. In this new and updated edition, Deborah Davis encourages grieving and strives to cover many different... more...

  • The Daughter’s Wayby Tanis MacDonald

    Wilfrid Laurier University Press 2012; US$ 24.95

    The Daughter’s Way investigates negotiations of female subjectivity in twentieth-century Canadian women’s elegies with a special emphasis on the father’s death as a literary and political watershed. The book considers how elegies inquire into the rhetoric of mourning as it is complicated by father daughter kinship. more...

  • The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Relationshipby Diane England

    Adams Media 2009; US$ 10.99

    War, physical and sexual abuse, and natural disasters. All crises have one thing in common: Victims often suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and their loved ones suffer right along with them. In this book, couples will learn how to have a healthy relationship, in spite of a stressful and debilitating disorder. TheyÆll learn how to: ... more...

  • At Death's Doorby MD Sebastian Sepulveda; Gini Graham Scott

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2017; US$ 36.00

    So often, the discussion of what comes at the end of life is side-stepped, avoided, delayed, or never had. Deciding how to make a “good” death, and where to have it, is difficult, but with guidance and examples, the dying and their families can make informed decisions that help ease the path. This book will help them do just that. more...

  • Last Wishby Betty Rollin

    PublicAffairs 2008; US$ 20.00

    At a time when tempers flare over the Oregon assisted suicide law and Jack Kevorkian's physician-aid-in-dying, Last Wish, Betty Rollin's groundbreaking New York Times bestseller, is due for a rereading. Last Wish is an intimate, fiercely honest memoir of a daughter's struggle to come to terms with her terminally ill mother's decision to die. More than... more...

  • On Death, Dying and Not Dyingby Peter Houghton

    Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2001; US$ 34.95

    In June 2000 Peter Houghton, a counselor in palliative care, was weeks from death due to cardiomyopathy. Then he was offered the chance to participate in a clinical trial. Six months later he was not only still alive, but planning a long distance walk for charity and writing this book about his experiences. more...

  • Ethical Willsby Barry K. Baines

    Da Capo Press 2009; US$ 22.00

    As evidenced in the Terri Schiavo case that made national headlines, having a living will is an essential element in ensuring that the way in which you would like to spend your last days will be respected. It informs both family and doctors of your medical treatment preferences in specific situations. An ethical will is a complementary text that communicates... more...