Books about GriefThe following is a short list of books which have proved helpful to many people who have dealt with the loss of a loved one. Each is different and each approaches the subject of death in a direct, loving, and honest manner.
Theroux, Phyllis. The Book of Eulogies: A Collection of Memorial Tributes, Poetry, Essays, and Letters of Condolence. Copyright 1997, Scribner, New York, NY.
Metrick, Sydney Barbara. Crossing the Bridge: Creating Ceremonies for Grieving and Healing from Lifeâ€™s Losses. Copyright 1994, Celestial Arts, Berkeley, CA.
Arnold, Johann Christoph. I Tell You a Mystery: Life, Death, and Eternity. Copyright 1996, The Plough Publishing House, Farmington, PA.
York, Sarah. Remembering Well: Rituals for Celebrating Life and Mourning Death.Copyright 2000, Jossey-Bass Inc., San Francisco, CA.
Anderson, Megory. Sacred Dying: Creating Rituals for Embracing the end of Life. Copyright 2001, Prima Publishing, Rosewell, CA.
Ellis, Thomas. This Thing Called Grief. Copyright 2006, Syren Book Company. Minneapolis, MN.
Rando, Therese. Grieving: How to Go on Living when Someone You Live Dies. Copyright 1988, Lexington Books. New York, NY.
Moseley, Lee. Grief to the mountaintop from the Valleys below. Copyright 2008, PageFree Publishing Inc.
Pausch, Randy and Zaslow, Jeffrey. The Last Lecture. Copyright April 2008. Hyperion.
Granger E. Westberg. Good Grief: A Constructive Approach to the Problem of Loss. Copyright January 1997. Augsburg Fortress, Publishers.
Lewis, C.S. Grief Observed. Copyright 2001. HarperCollins Publishers.
Wolfelt, Alan D and Deberry, John. Understanding Your Grief: Ten Essential Touchstones for Finding Hope and Healing Your Heart. Copyright January 2004. Companion Press
Move Beyond Grief Journal by Sandy Clendenen This journal provides grievers the opportunity and tools to explore the many layers of grief. http:// www.movebeyondgriefjournal.com.