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The first section of the book deals with those first few days after a death and all the plans and decisions that need to be made. The second section provides guidance and hope for healing.
Includes information about bringing the dying person home; solving problems of caregiving; community support; social support; the well-being of the caregiver; how death occurs; and grieving after the loved one’s death. Includes stories from people who have cared for a dying person.
A look at the unique ways people have enacted their grief through storytelling, personal ritual and commemorative art.
Grief. Emotions. Death of a spouse. Children and grief. Suicide grief.
A resource book designed to assist adults in understanding how young people perceive and react to death with suggestions for helping these young people work through the grieving process
Includes advice on when and how to dispose of a mate's belongings, dealing with children, and redefining role with friends and family.
Relates the stories of 88 families and their 157 children (ages 3 to 17) who participated in a parent-guidance intervention through the terminal illness and death of one of the parents from cancer. Provides a detailed examination of how children and adolescents cope with this loss.
A practical workbook with questions and projects at the end of each chapter. It is not especially about cancer, but includes a wide range of people and experiences.
Includes many practical suggestions, some solely for Canada.
This book is both a guide for men surviving the death of a loved one and a resource for caregivers and mental health professionals.
A patient's perspective. The family's perspective. Coping with serious illness. How to help. Tasks for families of dying patients
A collection of meditations and thoughts on the loss of a loved one.
Frightened, lonely, and angry after her father is killed in a car accident, Clare is helped through the grieving process by her mother and grandfather
A practical guidebook to funeral planning, financial and legal matters, and healing grief.
A blend of folklore, cross-cultural analysis, and clinical advice will help both men and women understand the specific context and needs of grieving men.
Harold Kushner, a Jewish rabbi facing his own child's fatal illness provides a practical and compassionate answer that has appealed to millions of readers across all religious creeds.