RoseRock Healthcare has gathered a set of helpful books about grief and loss that you may borrow free of charge.
How to Go on Living when Someone you Love Dies by Therese A. Rando, Ph.D.
Mourning the death of a loved one is a process all of us will go through at one time or another. But wherever the death is sudden or anticipated, few of us are prepared for it or for the grief it brings. Therese A. Rando, Ph.D. leads you through the painful but necessary process of grieving and helps you find the best way for yourself.
Grief Healing Techniques: Step-by-Step support for working through grief and loss by Calistoga Press
After losing a loved one, grief can be overwhelming and seem impossible to conquer. Grief Healing Techniques gives you manageable, effective steps you can take to work through your grief on a daily basis, so you can start to find your new “normal.”
Life after loss: A practical guide to renewing your life after experiencing major loss by Bob Deits
An excellent resource for anyone who has suffered a significant life change. Loss can be overwhelming, and recovery often seems daunting, if not impossible. The author provides practical exercises for navigating the uncertain terrain of loss and grief.
Healing a spouses grieving heart: 100 practical ideas after your husband or wife dies, by Allen D. Wolfet
Helping widows and widowers learn how to cope with the grief of losing their helpmate, their lover, and perhaps their financial provider, this guide shows them how to find continued meaning in life when doing so seems difficult.
Experiencing Grief by H. Norman Right
At one time or another, we will all find ourselves facing a dark journey—the passage through grief. Experiencing Grief is written for a person who is in the wake of despair grief leaves. This brief but powerful book will help lead readers out of their grief experience through five stages of grief.
Understanding your grief: ten essential touchstones for finding hope by Alan D. Wolfelt
Explaining the important difference between grief and mourning, this book explores every mourner’s need to acknowledge death and embrace the pain of loss. Also explored are the many factors that make each person’s grief unique.
Transcending Loss by Ashley Davis Bush
An inspiring new approach to the lifelong process of grieving. The author asserts that death doesn’t end the relationship, it simply forges a new type of relationship — one based not on physical presence but on memory, spirit, and love.
Surviving the death of a sibling: Living through grief when a brother or sister dies by T.J. Wray
Despite the longevity of adult sibling relationships, surviving siblings are often made to feel as if their grief is somehow unwarranted. Surviving the Death of a Sibling helps adults who have lost a brother or sister to realize that they are not alone in their struggle.
The Orphaned Adult: Understanding and coping with grief and change after the death of our parents by Alexander Levy
Losing our parents when we ourselves are adults is in the natural order of things, a rite of passage into true adulthood. But whether we lose them suddenly or after a prolonged illness, and whether we were close to or estranged from them, this passage proves inevitably more difficult than we thought it would be.