03--Grief:General Consolation, Help, How-to-Help

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Ainsworth-Smith, Ian, & Peter Speck.Letting go:caring for the dying and the bereaved.London:SPCK, 1982.153p.

Aldrich, Sandra Picklesimer.Living through the loss of someone you Love:one woman's story of loss, grief, and new-found hope.Ventura, CA:Regal Books, 1990.234p.Christian.

Aldrich, Sandra Picklesimer.Will I ever be whole again?:surviving the death of someone you love.West Monroe, LA:Howard Pub. Co., 1999.171p.Christian.

Anderson, Patricia June, ed.All of us:Americans talk about the meaning of death.New York:Delacorte Press, 1996.364p.

Archer, John.The nature of grief:the evolution and psychology of reactions to loss.London;New York:Routledge, 1999.317p.

Ashton, Joyce, & Dennis Ashton.Loss and grief recovery:help caring for children with disabilities, chronic, or terminal illness.Amityville, NY:Baywood Pub. Co., 1996.193p.

Attig, Thomas.How we grieve:relearning the world.New York:Oxford University Press, 1996.201p.

Attig, Thomas.The heart of grief:the desire for lasting love.New York:Oxford University Press, 2000.

Barber, Cyril J., & Sharalee Aspenleiter.Through the valley of tears:encouragement and guidance for the bereaved.Old Tappan, NJ:F.H. Revell Co., 1987.224p.Christian.

Bauman, Harold Ernest.Living through grief.Oxford, England;Batavia, IL:Lion Pub., 1989.46p.

Beattie, Melody.The lessons of love:rediscovering our passion for life when it all seems too hard to take.San Francisco:HarperSanFrancisco, 1994.225p.New York:Walker, 1995.214p.

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Bertman, Sandra L., ed.Grief and the healing arts:creativity as therapy.Amityville, NY:Baywood Pub., 1999.427p.

Bing, Claudine.Painting out of sorrow.Weston, MA:Font & Center Press, 1999.85p.

Blankenship, Jayne.In the center of the night:journey through a bereavement.New York:Putnam's, 1984.301p.

Bolton, Isabel (1883-1975).Under Gemini:a memoir.South Royalton, VT:Steerforth Press;Berkeley,CA:Publishers Group West, 1999.133p.Coping with grief.

Boss, Pauline.Ambiguous loss:learning to live with unresolved grief.Cambridge, MA:Harvard University Press, 1999.155p.

Bouvard, Marguerite Guzman, & Eveyn Gladu.The path through grief:a compassionate guide.Foreword by Sandra L. Bertman.249p.Portland, OR:Breitenbush Books, 1988.Amherst, NY:Prometheus Books, 1998.331p.

Bozarth, Alla RenTe, & Alla Bozarth-Campbell.Life is goodbye, life is hello:grieving well through all kinds of loss.Minneapolis, MN:CompCare Publications, 1982.203p.

Bozarth, Alla RenTe.A journey through grief.Minneapolis, MN:CampCare Publishers, 1990.51p.

Brabant, Sarah.Mending the torn fabric:for those who grieve and those who want to help them.Amityville, NY:Baywood Pub. Co., 1996.162p.

Bregman, Lucy, & Sara Thiermann.First person mortal:personal narratives of dying, death, and grief.New York:Paragon House, 1995.202p.

Brice, Carleen.Lead me home:an African American's guide through thegrief journey.New York:Avon Books, 1999.††

Bright, Ruth.Grief and powerlessness:helping people regain control of their lives.London; Bristol, Pa.:Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1996.202p.

Bright, Ruth.Grieving:a handbook for those who care.Saint Louis, MO:MMB Music, 1986.229p.

Brisson, Barbara Schiff.Such is the way of the world:a journey through grief.New York:Paulist Press, 1997.84p.

Brite, Mary.Hearts in motion, minds at rest:living through the loss of a loved one.Uhrichsville, Ohio:Barbour & Co., 1993.

Brooks, Anne M.The grieving time:a month by month account of recovery from loss.Illustrated by TedRamsey.Wilmington, DE:Delapeake, 1982.40p.

Brooks, Anne M.The grieving time:a year's account of recovery from loss.Illustrated by Ted Ramsey.Garden City, NY:Dial Press, 1985.64p.New York:Herodias, 1999.

Bullitt, Dorothy.Filling the void:six steps from loss to fulfillment.New York:Rawson Associates, 1996.121p.

Buntin, Kathleen Rawlings.The living half.Salt Lake City, UT:Deseret Book, 1984.68p.

Buthman, David.Thin ice.Artwork by Shari Borum.Omaha, NE:Centering Corp., 1990.72p.On grief.

Butler, Marie.The wedging.Kansas City, MO:Troika Ministries, 1986.101p.On grief.

Callari, Elizabeth S.A gentle death:personal caregiving to the terminally ill.Greensboro, NC:Tudor, 1986.123p.

Carlson, Roberta.Moments of grace--lessons from grief.Wheaton, IL:Tyndale House Publishers, 1987.127p.Christian.

Carroll, David.Living with dying:a loving guide for family and close friends.New York:McGraw-Hill, 1985.381p.New York, NY:Paragon House, 1991.389p.

Carter, James E.Facing the final foe.Nashville, TN:Broadman Press, 1986.111p.

Cassini, Kathleen K., & Jacqueline L. Rogers.I want to help but I don't know how.Cincinnati, OH:Griefwork, 1984.108p.

Chapman, Christine M.In love abiding:responding to the dying and bereaved.New York:Crossroad Pub. Co., 1996.102p.

Chesser, Barbara.Because you care:practical ideas for helping those who grieve.Waco, TX:Word Books, 1987.196p.

Church, Dawson.Facing death, finding love.Lower Lake, CA:Aslan Pub., 1994.140p.

Clayton, Jean.Women in mourning:stories of grieving women.Illustrated by Mary McConnell.Omaha, NE:Centering Corporation, 1996.

Clemens, Christopher, & Mark Smith.Death:grim realities and comic relief.New York, NY:Delacorte Press, 1982.189p.

Cobb, Nancy.In lieu of flowers:a conversation for the living.New York:Pantheon Books, 2000.191p.Consoling grief.

Cochran, Larry, & EmilyClaspell.The meaning of grief:a dramaturgical approach to understanding emotion.New York:Greenwood Press, 1987.183p.

Cole, Diane.After great pain:a new life emerges.New York:Summit Books, 1992.208p.On loss.

Colgrove, Melba, Harold H. Bloomfield & Peter A. McWilliams. How to survive the loss of a love:58 things to do when there is nothing to be done.New York:Leo Press & Simon & Schuster,1976.131p.Toronto;New York:Bantam Books, 1983.Los Angeles:Prelude Press, 1991.212p.

Conn, Charles W.When your upright world turns upside down:coping with the tragedies of life.Cleveland, TN:Pathway Press, 1990.279p.

Cook, Alicia Skinner, & Kevin Ann Oltjenbruns.Dying and grieving:life span and family perspectives.New York:Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1989.491p.2nd ed.Fort Worth:Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1998.512p.

Corless, Inge B., Barbara B. Germino & Mary Pittman, eds.A challenge for living:dying, death, and bereavement.Boston:Jones and Bartlett, 1995.408p.

Coryell, Deborah Morris.Good grief:healing through the shadow of loss.Santa Fe, NM:Shiva Foundation, 1997.137p.

Coughlin, Ruth.Grieving:a love story.Introduction by Michael Dorris.New York:Random House, 1993.176p.Thorndike, ME:G.K. Hall, 1994.Large print.191p. Coughlin, Ruth.

Crenshaw, David A.Bereavement:counseling the grieving throughout the life cycle.Foreword by William Van Ornum.New York:Continuum, 1990.181p.

Damousi, Joy.The labour of loss:mourning, memory, and wartime bereavement in Australia.Cambridge, UK;New York, NY:Cambridge University Press, 1999.212p.

Danto, Bruce L., Austin H. Kutscher & Lillian G. Kutscher, eds.Suicide and bereavement.New York:MSS Information Corp.:distributed by ArnoPress, 1977.260p.

D'Arcy, Paula.When your friend is grieving:building a bridge of love.Wheaton, IL:H. Shaw Publishers, 1990.102p.Christian.

Davies, Phyllis.Grief:climb toward understanding:self-help when you are struggling:includes checklists of what you can do.Illustrations by Itoko Maeno.Secaucus, N.J.:L. Stuart, 1988, 270p.4th ed.San Luis Obispo, CA:Sunnybank Publishers, 1996.318p.

Davis, Edith Kunhardt.I'll love you forever, anyway.New York:Donald I. Fine, Inc., 1995.214p.

Dayton, Tian.Heartwounds:the impact of unresolved trauma and grief on relationships.Deerfield Beach, FA:Health Communications, 1997.259p.

Dee, Emily.War against silence after trauma:unmasking and managing the stress of change.Sioux City:Loess Hills Press, 1993.246p.

Deits, Bob.Life after loss:a personal guide dealing with death, divorce, job change, and relocation.Tucson, AZ:Fisher Books, 1988.226p.1992, 238p.;Spanish ed., 1994;3rd ed., 1999.

Del Zoppo, Patrick M.Mourning:the journey from grief to healing.New York:Alba House, 1995.45p.Christian.

Delgadillo, David, & Peter Davis, eds.When the bough breaks.The San Diego Guildfor Infant Survival.San Diego, CA:Desktop Creations, 1990.191p.

Dershimer, Richard A.Counseling the bereaved.New York:Pergamon Press, 1990.157p.

Detrich, Richard Lewis, & NicolaJ. Steele.How to recover from grief.Valley Forge, PA:Judson Press, 1983.125p.1996, 170p.

DiGiulio, Robert C.After loss.Waco, TX:WRS Pub., 1993.140p.

Doak, James L.Coming to life:a companion piece to the self-exploration process.Nevada City, CA:Blue Dolphin Pub., 1987.148p.

Doka, Kenneth J., & Joyce D. Davidson, eds.Living with grief: who we are, how we grieve.Washington, DC:Hopsice Foundation of America;Philadelphia, PA:Taylor & Francis, 1997.220p.Philadelphia, PA:Brunner/Mazel, 1998.314p.

Doka, Kenneth J., ed.Living with grief after sudden loss:suicide, homicide, accident, heart attack, stroke.Washington, DC:Hospice Foundation of America;Bristol,PA:Taylor & Francis, 1996.261p.

Donnelley, Nina Herrmann.I never know what to say.New York, NY:Ballantine Books, 1987.271p.

Dunlop, Richard S.Helping the bereaved.Bowie, MD:Charles Press, 1978.188p.

Dunne, Edward J., John L. McIntosh & Karen Dunne-Maxim.Suicide and its aftermath:understanding and counseling the survivors.New York:Norton, 1987.320p.

Dykstra, Robert.She never said good-bye:one man's journey through loss.Foreword by Norman Vincent Peale.Wheaton, IL:H. Shaw Publishers, 1989.119p.

Edgerton, Dorothy F.Walk on in peace:a thoughtful companion for those who suffer the pain of loss.St. Meinrad, IN:Abbey Press, 1982.63p.Christian.

Ellis, Clifford R.Last will and testament of a lover:a journey through grief.Norval, Ont.:Moulin Pub., 1997.149p.

Engel, Beverly.Blessings from the fall:turning a fall from grace into a new beginning.Deerfield Beach, FL:Health Communications, 1997.268p.

Engram, Sara.Mortal matters:when a loved one dies.Kansas City:Andrews and McMeel, 1990.116p.

Ericsson, Stephanie.Companion through the darkness:inner dialogues on grief.New York, NY:HarperPerennial, 1993.186p.

Exley, Richard.When you lose someone you love:comfort for those who grieve.Tulsa, OK:Honor Books, 1995.104p.Christian.

Fairview Press editors.Holiday hope:remembering loved ones during special times of the year.Minneapolis, MN:The Press, 1998.149p.

Farnsworth, Elizabeth Brooks.Journey through grief.Foreword by Elisabeth Knbler-Ross.Epilogue by JohnDavid Smith.Atlanta, GA:Susan Hunter, 1988.84p.

Figley, Charles R., ed.Traumatology of grieving:conceptual, theoretical, and treatment foundations.Philadelphia, PA:Brunner/Mazel, 1999.230p.

Fitzgerald, Helen.The mourning handbook:a complete guide for the bereaved.New York:Simon & Schuster, 1994.317p.

Foster, Cyndi.Joy comes in the morning.North Brunswick, NJ:Bridge-Logos Publishers, 1996.139p.

Freedman, Rita Jackaway.Overcoming loss:a healing guide.White Plains, NY:Peter Pauper Press, 1995.64p.

Freese, Arthur S.Help for your grief.New York:Schocken Books, 1977.207p.

Fumia, Molly.Safe passage:words to help the grieving hold fast and let go.Berkeley, CA:Conari Press, 1992.274p.

Furman, Laura.Ordinary paradise.Houston:Winedale Pub.;College Station, TX:Texas A&M University PressConsortium, 1998.167p.

Ginn, Charles W.Voices of loss:looking at type series.Gainesville, FL:Center for Applications ofPsychological Type, 1994.56p.

Graham, Laurie.Rebuilding the house.New York:Viking, 1990.177p.

Gray, John.Mars and Venus starting over:a practical guide for finding love again after a painful breakup, divorce, or the loss of a loved one.New York:HarperCollinsPublishers, 1998.334p.

Greenstock, David L.Comfort for the sick and dying:and for those who love them.Manchester, N.H.: Sophia Institute Press, 1999.175p.Catholic.

Grollman, Earl A.Living when a loved one has died.Boston:Beacon Press, 1977.2nd ed., 1987;3rd ed., 1995;4th ed., 1997, 115p.

Habermas, Gary R.Forever loved:a personal account of grief and resurrection.Joplin, MO:College Press Pub. Co., 1997.142p.

Hadas, Rachel.The double legacy:reflections on a pair of deaths.Boston:Faber and Faber, 1995.165p.

Hafer, W. Keith.Coping with bereavement from death or divorce.Englewood Cliffs, NJ:Prentice-Hall, 1981.97p.

Hansen, Barbara.Picking up the pieces:healing ourselves after personal loss.Dallas, TX:Taylor Pub. Co., 1990.194p.

Hansen, James C., & Thomas T. Frantz.Death and grief in the family.Rockville, MD:Aspen Systems Corporation, 1984.122p.

Harris, Jill Werman, ed.Remembrances and celebrations:a book of eulogies, elegies, letters, and epitaphs.New York:Pantheon Books, 1999.308p.

Harvey, John H.Embracing their memory:loss and the social psychology of storytelling.Boston:Allyn & Bacon, 1996.232p.

Heart, Rosalie Deer.Healing grief:a mother's story.Foreword by Joan Chadbourne.San Cristobal, NM:Heart Link Publications, 1996.197p.

Heavilin, Marilyn Willett.December's song.San Bernardino, CA:Here's Life, 1988.138p.On grief.

Heinlein, Susan, Grace Brumett & Jane-Ellen Tibbals, eds.When a lifemate dies:stories of love, loss, and healing.Minneapolis:Fairview Press, 1997.240p.

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Hewett, John H.After suicide.Philadelphia:Westminster Press, 1980.119p.

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Hollingsworth, Charles E., & Robert O. Pasnau, et al.The family in mourning:a guide for health professionals.New York:Grune & Stratton, 1977.213p.

Holmes, Marjorie.Still by your side:how I know a great love never dies.New York:Crossroad Pub. Co., 1996.130p.Christian.

Hughes, Marylou.Bereavement and support:healing in a group environment.Washington, D.C.:Taylor & Francis, 1995.204p.

Humphrey, Geraldine M., & David G. Zimpfer.Counselling for grief and bereavement.London;Thousand Oaks, CA:Sage Publications, 1996.194p.

Hundley, Mark E.Awaken to good mourning.Arlington, TX:Crocker Associates, 1993.111p.

Ikerman, Ruth C.A little book of comfort.Nashville:Abingdon, 1976.79p.A masterpiece of tenderness.

Infeld, Donna Lind, & Nadine Reimer Penner, eds.Bereavement:client adaptation and hospice services.New York:Haworth Press, 1996.102p.

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Iserson, Kenneth V.Grave words:notifying survivors about sudden, unexpected deaths.Tucson, AZ:Galen Press, 1999.342p.

Jackson, Edgar Newman.The many faces of grief.Nashville:Abingdon, 1977.174p.

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Johnson, Nancy Karo.Alone and beginning again.Valley Forge, PA:Judson Press, 1982.128p.

Jones, Jean Gannon.Time out for grief:a practical guide to passing through grief to happiness.Huntington, IN:Our Sunday Visitor, 1982. 214p.

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Jozefowski, Joanne T.The Phoenix phenomenon:rising from the ashes of grief.Northvale, NJ:Jason Aronson, 1999.262p.

Jurgensen, GeneviFve.The disappearance.Translated La disparition (1994) by Adriana Hunter.New York:W.W. Norton & Co., 1999.168p.

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Larson, Dale.The helper's journey:working with people facing grief, loss, and life-threatening illness.Champaign, IL:Research Press, 1993.279p.

Lendrum, Susan, & Gabrielle Syme.Gift of tears:a practical approach to loss andbereavement counselling.London;New York:Tavistock/Routledge, 1992.204p.

Levang, Elizabeth, & Sherokee Ilse.Remembering with love:messages of hope for the first year of grieving and beyond.Minneapolis, MN:Deaconess Press, 1992.306p.

Lindbergh, Anne Morrow.Hour of lead:sharing sorrow.Illustrated by Etienne Delessert.Minneapolis, MN:Redpath Press, 1986.31p.

Linn, Erin.I know just how you feel:avoiding the cliches of grief.Illustrated by Art Peterson.Cary, IL:Publishers Mark, 1986.125p.

Littlewood, Jane.Aspects of grief:bereavement in adult life.London;New York:Tavistock/Routledge, 1992.192p.

Locke, Shirley A.Coping with loss:a guide for caregivers.Springfield, IL:C.C. Thomas, 1994.226p.

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Luchterhand, Charlene, & Nancy Murphy.Helping adults with mental retardation grieve a death loss.Philadelphia, PA:Accelerated Development, 1998.119p.

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Markham, Ursula.Bereavement:your questions answered.Shaftesbury, Dorset;Rockport, MA:Element, 1996.116p.

Martin, Terry L., & Kenneth J. Doka.Men don't cry:transcending gender stereotypes of grief.Philadelphia, PA:Brunner/Mazel, 1999.

Mattern, Ivan G., & Lois M. Allen.Step by step out of grief.Anderson, S.C., Droke House Hallux, 1973.93p.

Maurer, Linda K.I don't know how to help them.Boulder, CO:L.K. Maurer, 1993 & 1996.47p.

Menten, Theodore.Gentle closings:how to say goodbye to someone you love.Philadelphia, Pa.:Running Press, 1991.160p.

Messina, James J.Tools for handling loss.Dubuque, Iowa:Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., 1992.37p.

Metzgar, Margaret.A time to mourn, a time to dance:help for the losses in life.Appleton, WI:Aid Association for Lutherans, 1995.72p.

Mielke, Arthur W.Through the valley.New York:Association Press, 1976.112p.

Miller, Jack Silvey.The healing power of grief.New York:Seabury Press, 1978.125p.New York:Wieser and Wieser, 1985.125p.

Miller, James E.A pilgrimage through grief:healing the soul's hurt after loss.St. Meinrad, IN:Abbey Press, 1995.97p.

Miller, Roger F.What can I say?:how to talk to people in grief.St. Louis, Mo.:CBP Press, 1987.96p.

Miller, Sally Downham.Mourning and dancing:a memoir of grief and recovery.Deerfield Beach, FL:Health Communications, 1999.215p.

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Mogenson, Greg.Greeting the angels:an imaginal view of the mourningprocess.Amityville, NY:Baywood Pub. Co., 1992.155p.

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Moorey, James.Living with grief and mourning.Manchester;New York:Manchester University Press;NewYork, NY:St. Martin's Press, 1995.168p.

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Morris, Sarah.Grief and how to live with it.London:Allen and Unwin, 1971.New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1972.122p.

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Nickerson, Sheila B.Disappearance, a map:a meditation on death and loss in the high latitudes.New York:Doubleday, 1996.San Diego:Harcourt Brace, 1997.290p.In Alaska.

Nodl, Christopher.In the unlikely event of a water landing:a geography of grief.New York:Times Books, 1996.273p.

Nolen-Hoeksema, Susan, & Judith Larson.Coping with loss.Mahwah, NJ:Erlbaum, 1999.223p.

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Oaks, Judy, & Gene Ezell.Dying and death:coping, caring, understanding.2nd ed.Scottsdale, AZ:Gorsuch Scarisbrick, 1993.275p.

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