Books in category Self-Help – Death, Grief, Bereavement

  • A Special Scar

    A Special Scar
    Alison Wertheimer

    This new edition will continue to be an invaluable resource for survivors of suicide as well as for all those who are in contact with them, including police and coroner'sofficers, bereavement services, self-help organizations for survivors, …

  • Mortician Diaries

    Mortician Diaries
    June Knights Nadle

    Some of the accounts here are funny, some sad. Some are haunting in their strangeness as they reveal the many ways in which people cope.

  • Never the Same

    Never the Same
    Donna Schuurman

    The only book of its kind, Never the Same is an essential companion for those still struggling with the early loss of a parent.

  • Seasons of Grief and Healing

    Seasons of Grief and Healing
    James E. Miller

    Drawn from Jim Miller's best-selling Winter Grief, Summer Grace, this small book makes a thoughtful, inexpensive gift or a give-away item from pastors, counselors, lay visitors, and others.

  • About Grief

    About Grief
    Ron Marasco, Brian Shuff

    It's a wise, plainspoken, comforting book about an intimidating topic. As one reader recently said of About Grief: Reading this book is like having a smart, entertaining friend around—at a time when you really need one.

  • Sacred Grief

    Sacred Grief
    Leslee Tessmann

    " –Jill Carroll, Ph.D., Executive Director, Boniuk Center for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance, Rice University Learn more about this book at Another great self-help book from Loving Healing press www …

  • Going Home

    Going Home
    Bill Kemp, Diane Kerner Arnett

    This book will provide help for the person on the journey and those who walk beside them along the way. I highly recommend it." — Dr. Jeffrey E. Greenway President, Asbury Theological Seminary Bill Kemp (M.Div.

  • Handbook for Mortals

    Handbook for Mortals
    Joanne Lynn MD, Janice Lynch Schuster, Joan Harrold MD

    Written by Dr. Joanne Lynn and a team of experts, this book provides equal measures of practical information and wise counsel.

  • Surviving Miscarriage

    Surviving Miscarriage
    Stacey J. McLaughlin

    My intent in writing this guide is to give others, like you, the benefit of my own experience and to make sure that the pain is not compounded by uncertainty, unawareness, ignorance or lack of information.

  • Letters to Kate

    Letters to Kate
    Carl H. Klaus

    His vivid and thoughtful letters will resonate with everyone whose loss confronts them with emotional, psychological, and philosophical questions for which there are no easy answers.During his first year without Kate, Carl writes himself …

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