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8 Books to Help You Cope With the Death of a Loved One
Adapting to life after a loved one dies is a hard transition, leaving kids vulnerable. They have the option to make choices with positive outcomes and choices with harmful outcomes. At Good Grief, children, teens, and families learn from each other as they adapt, rebuild their lives, forge meaning, and make healthy decisions with positive outcomes.
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Good Grief is a community filled with people who understand the hurt death causes and the courage it takes to balance both joy and grief. We learn from and support each other, we grow, we find our way forward, and our families do so with their Good Grief friends. Thanks to this community kids do not have to grieve alone. New York: Kane Miller, Holmes, Margaret M. A Terrible Thing Happened.
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Washington, DC: Magination, Greenlee, Sharon. When Someone Dies. Atlanta: Peachtree Publishers, Hammond, Janice M. MI: Cranbrook Publishing, Mellonie, Bryan and Robert Ingpen. Miles, M. Annie and the Old One.
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Moundlic, Charlotte. The Scar.
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Somerville,Massachusetts:Candlewick Press, The Dougy Center. Varley, Sunsa. Viorst, Judith. The Tenth Good Thing about Barney.
Books for grieving children
New York: Aladdin, Tel: Fax: Search form Search. Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Reading list for grieving families.
General loss books Fitzgerald, Helen. The Mourning Handbook. Westberg, Granger. Books for grieving parents Bernstein, Judith R. Books for adult children who have lost a parent Chethik, Neil. Books about loss of a spouse or partner Brumett, Heinlein and Tibbals, eds. Lewis, C. A Grief Observed. Books for grieving parents to help grieving kids Fitzgerald, Helen. New York: Fireside, Goldman, Linda. Books for grieving teens Bode, Janet. Clifton, Lucille.
New York: Holt, Hesse, Karen. New York: Scholastic. In this sensitive book we explore the many feelings that accompany this great loss. Brady Reinsmith Addresses questions rising in the mind, body, and spirit of one who feels out of sync due to loss of a loved one through death. Golden A book for men or women about the masculine side of healing from loss. New widows will be comforted by a friend who has been through it. Jackson Deals with the importance of the task of communication; when to talk about it; what to say; how to say it to various ages.
The author shows readers how to face the end of life and the grieving process with dignity and compassion. Sit with Doug as he discusses the elements of the grief experience.
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Schaefer A spoken treasure from the heart of lived experience by one widow to other widowers in search of a special set of tools for trying to repair their lives after losing their spouse. Lunche A guide for the bereaved. A response to the all too common ignorance and misconceptions about grief that are encountered in American society.