|Widow To Widow: Thoughtful, Practical Ideas For Rebuilding Your Life. The BEST in my opinion. written, chocked full of true info. One widow told me she didn't care for this book, but I found it was very relevant.||Written by a Gestalt psychotherapist who lost her brother suddenly at an early age. Useful discussions about phases, accepting reality, acknowledging feelings and finishing grief work.||Informative, if somewhat academic||I'm Grieving as Fast as I can - Helpful to many|
|A guide to help men (and caregivers) understand issues unique to men's grief.||Bestseller discussing how we change as we experience inevitable losses. Better to read as we begin to heal.||A positive book for finding hope after the loss of a loved one, includes info on starting a support group|
|A small book with healing quotes and illustrations that can be used to explore and record||For dealing with sudden death. Helpful - makes you realize you aren't crazy or "way off base" with your feelings. For immediately after loss to help through the first days/weeks||Daily meditations. Some are better than others.|
|A somewhat academic book that explores individual experiences. Focus on active grieving, respect, and relearning ourselves.||a gift book of encouraging quotes||Messages to help those who have lost a loved one, by Dan Zadra and Marcia Woodard.|
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