26--Loss & Special Losses in General & Other Titles Hard to Categorize

--- See also sections on “Crisis Intervention.”  Most of these cross over between categories are are rather unique in their depth and contribution.

Blauner, Bob, ed.  Our mothers' spirits:  on the death of mothers and the grief of men:  an anthology.  New York:  Regan Books, 1997.  315p.

Bullitt, Dorothy.  Filling the void:  six steps from loss to fulfillment.  New York:  Rawson Associates, 1996.  121p.

Cain, Albert C., ed.  Survivors of suicide.  Foreword by Edwin S. Shneidman.  Springfield, Ill., Thomas, 1972.  303p.

Clark, Elizabeth J., Jan M. Fritz, Patricia P. Rieker, et al, eds.  Clinical sociological perspectives on illness and loss:  the linkage of theory and practice.  Philadelphia:  Charles Press, 1990.  337p.

Conn, Charles W.  When your upright world turns upside down:  coping with the tragedies of life.  Cleveland, TN:  Pathway Press, 1990.  279p.

Conrad, Bonnie Hunt.  When a child has been murdered:  ways you can help the grieving parents.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub., 1998.  152p.

DiGiulio, Robert C.  After loss.  Waco, TX:  WRS Pub., 1993.  140p.

Frankiel, Rita V., ed.  Essential papers on object loss.  New York:  New York University Press, 1994.  547p.

Ginn, Charles W.  Voices of loss:  looking at type series.  Gainesville, FL:  Center for Applications of  Psychological Type, 1994.  56p.

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.

Harvey, John H.  Embracing their memory:  loss and the social psychology of storytelling.  Boston:  Allyn & Bacon, 1996.  232p.

Harvey, John H., ed.  Perspectives on loss:  a sourcebook.  Philadelphia:  Brunner/Mazel, 1998.  361p.

Heinlein, Susan, Grace Brumett & Jane-Ellen Tibbals, eds.  When a lifemate dies:  stories of love, loss, and healing.  Minneapolis:  Fairview Press, 1997.  240p.

Iserson, Kenneth V.  Grave words:  notifying survivors about sudden, unexpected deaths.  Tucson, AZ:  Galen Press, 1999.  342p.

Jurgensen, GeneviFve.  The disappearance.  Translated La disparition (1994) by Adriana Hunter.  New York:  W.W. Norton & Co., 1999.  168p.

Kalish, Richard A., ed.  Midlife loss:  coping strategies.  Foreword by Robert Kastenbaum.  Newbury Park, CA:  Sage Publications, 1989.  323p.

LaGrand, Louis E.  Changing patterns of human existence:  assumptions, beliefs, and coping with the stress of change.  Foreword by Therese A. Rando.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1988.  198p.

Lee, Judith A. B., & Danielle Nisivoccia.  Walk a mile in my shoes:  a book about biological parents for foster parents and social workers.  Washington, DC:  Child Welfare League of America, 1989.  87p.

Loraux, Nicole.  Mothers in mourning;  with the essay, “Of amnesty and its opposite.”  Translated from the French by Corinne Pache.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 1998.  120p.

Lord, Janice Harris.  No time for goodbyes:  coping with sorrow, anger, and injustice after a tragic death.  4th ed.  Ventura, CA:  Pathfinder Pub. of CA, 1991.  177p.

Luchterhand, Charlene, & Nancy Murphy.  Helping adults with mental retardation grieve a death loss.  Philadelphia, PA:  Accelerated Development, 1998.  119p.

Lynch, Thomas.  The undertaking:  life studies from the dismal trade.  New York:  W.W. Norton, 1997.  202p.

Maier, Mary Anne, & Joan Shaddox Isom, eds.  The leap years:  women reflect on change, loss, and love.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1999.  234p.

Mander, Rosemary.  The care of the mother grieving a baby relinquished for adoption.  Aldershot, Hants, England;  Brookfield, VT:  Avebury,  1995.  220p.

Montada, Leo, Sigrun-Heide Filipp & Melvin J. Lerner.Life crises and experiences of loss in adulthood.  Hillsdale, N.J.:  L. Erlbaum Associates, 1992.  549p.

Montgomery, Bob, & Laurel Morris.  Surviving:  coping with a life crisis.  Melbourne:  Lothian, 1989.  206p.  Tucson, AZ:  Fisher Books, 2000.

Morris, Sarah.  Coping with crisis.  Chicago:  Chicago Review Press, 1978.  160p.

Orbuch, Terri L., ed.  Close relationship loss:  theoretical approaches.  New York:  Springer-Verlag, 1992.  233p.

Phelan, Peggy.  Mourning sex:  performing public memories.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1997.  187p.

Rando, Therese A., ed.  Loss and anticipatory grief.  Foreword by Robert Fulton.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1986.  251p.

Read, Peter.  Returning to nothing:  the meaning of lost places.  Cambridge, UK;  New York, NY:  Cambridge University  Press, 1996.  240p.

Redmond, Lula Moshoures.  Surviving:  when someone you love was murdered:  a  professional's guide to group grief therapy for families & friends of murder victims.  Clearwater, FL:  Psychological Consultation and  Education Services, 1989.  171p.

Rock, Paul Elliott.  After homicide:  practical and political responses to bereavement.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press;  Oxford;  New York:  Oxford  University Press, 1998.  342p.

Schmookler, Andrew Bard.  Living posthumously:  confronting the loss of vital powers.  New York:  H. Holt, 1997.  262p.

Sexson, Jeanne E.  Down but not out:  living through your setbacks, major whacks, and broken-heart attacks.  Las Vegas, NV:  Women of Diversity Productions, 1996.  136p.

Sexson, Jeanne E.  Down but not out:  living through your setbacks, major whacks, and broken-heart attacks.  Las Vegas, NV:  Women of Diversity Productions, 1996.  136p.

Shapiro, Constance Hoenk.  When part of the self is lost:  helping clients heal after  sexual and reproductive losses.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1993.  267p.

Sowder, Barbara J., & Mary H. Lystad, eds.  Disasters and mental health.  Center for Mental Health Studies of Emergencies, National Institute of Mental Health.  Washington, DC:  American Psychiatric Press, 1986.  397p.

Spungen, Deborah.  Homicide:  the hidden victims:  a guide for professionals.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 1998.  272p.

Sumner, Alexander K.  When love is a razorblade:  (how to stay alive).  Los Angeles, CA:  April Pub., 1981.  97p.

Van der Hart, Onno, ed.  Coping with loss:  the therapeutic use of leave-taking  rituals.  Translated from the Dutch by Carol L. Stennes.  New York:  Irvington, 1988.  206p.

Viorst, Judith.  Necessary losses:  the loves, illusions, dependencies and  impossible expectations that all of us have to give up in order to grow.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1986.  447p.  Large print ed.:  South Yarmouth, Ma.:  J. Curley, 1986.  651p.

Watson, Donald E.  Surviving your crises, reviving your dreams.  Bedford, MA:  Mills & Sanderson, 1994.  200p.

Weaver, Frances.  I'm not as old as I used to be:  reclaiming your life in the second half.  New York:  Hyperion & Thorndike Press, 1997.  189p.  On aging & grief with drawings from author’s sketchbook.

Welo, Beverly Kay.  Life beyond loss:  a workbook for incarcerated men.  Laurel, MD:  American Correctional Association, 1995.  73p.

Wertheimer, Alison.  A special scar:  the experiences of people bereaved by suicide.  London;  New York:  Tavistock/Routledge, 1991.  234p.

Wheatley, Dorn J. B.  Life after loss:  a journey into wholeness.  Shippensburg, PA:  Treasure House, 1995.  117p.

Yates, Elizabeth.  Up the golden stair:  an approach to a deeper understanding of life through personal sorrow.  Nashville:  Upper Room Books, 1990.  63p.