22--Grief:  AIDS

See also section:  “Hospice & AIDS Victims

Allen, Jimmy Raymond.  Burden of a secret:  a story of truth and mercy in the face of AIDS.  Nashville, TN:  Moorings, 1995.  248p.  In SBC life.

Dane, Barbara O., & Carol Levine, eds.  AIDS and the new orphans:  coping with death.  Foreword by Barbara  Blum.  Westport, CT:  Auburn House, 1994.  158p.

Dane, Barbara O., & Samuel O. Miller, eds.  AIDS:  intervening with hidden grievers.  Foreword by George Getzel.  New York:  Auburn House, 1992.  225p.

Flanders, Stephen A., & Carl N. Flanders.  AIDS.  Bibliographic materials prepared by Ruth C. Shoge.  New York:  Facts on File, 1991.  248p.

Froman, Paul Kent.  After you say goodbye:  when someone you love dies of AIDS.  San Francisco:  Chronicle Books, 1992.  270p.

Goldblum, Peter, & Sarah  Erickson.  Working with AIDS bereavement:  a comprehensive approach for mental health providers.  San Francisco, CA:  UCSF AIDS Health Project, 1999.

Goldman, Linda.  Breaking the silence:  a guide to help children with complicated grief--suicide, homicide, AIDS, violence, and abuse.  Washington, DC:  Accelerated Development, 1996.  231p.

Klein, Sandra Jacoby.  Heavenly hurts:  surviving AIDS-related deaths and losses.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub. Co., 1998.  153p.

McNaught, Denise.  The gift of good-bye:  a workbook for children who love someone with AIDS.  Minneapolis, MN:  National Children's Grief Center, 1993.  47p.

O'Brien, Mary Elizabeth.  Living with HIV:  experiment in courage.  Foreword by Peter Hawley.  New York:  Auburn House, 1992.  222p.

Sherr, Lorraine, ed.  Grief and AIDS.  Chichester;  New York:  Wiley, 1995.  215p.

Stasey, Bobbie, & Ed Dziczek.  Running with the angels:  the gifts of AIDS.  Albuquerque, N.M.:  Elysian Hills Pub. Co., 1994.  333p.  Biographies of loss for youth.