|Statement||Suzanne Redfern and Susan K. Gilbert.|
|Contributions||Gilbert, Susan K., 1943-|
|LC Classifications||BF575.G7 R43 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||2007046660|
The Grieving Garden offers support, understanding, and, ultimately, comfort and hope from those who have sowed the same tears over the death of a child. The Grieving Garden is a ground-breaking book that invites bereaved parents into personal conversations with a diverse group of fathers and mothers who share the same loss. The text is free of /5(53). The Grieving Garden lights the path to surviving and becoming more. - Danielle Steel, (Her son Nick Traina committed suicide at 19, after a lifetime of bipolar illness. He was a successful musician and lyricist, and lead singer of a band. Her book about him, His . The Grieving Garden offers support, understanding, and, ultimately, comfort and hope from those who have sowed the same tears over the death of a child. The Grieving Garden is a ground-breaking book that invites bereaved parents into personal conversations with a diverse group of fathers and mothers who share the same loss/5(38). Then I have linked to our pages for grief books on more specialised areas such as, for widows, for grieving children or for parents who have lost children. Finally, there is a section for recommendations of books that readers have found helpful and you can also share with everyone if you have found a book particularly useful.
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Called a book of solace, I Wasn’t Ready to Say Goodbye is like a companion to walk you through your grief after unimaginable loss—the kind of book you can turn to again and s Brook Noel and Pamela Blair, PhD., write about unique circumstances of loss such as suicide and homicide, as well as different grieving styles and myths and misunderstandings about grief. As much as I adored that book, which also comes highly recommended for its own exploration of grief, I have to admit the book I took to bed with me the most was his poetry collection Vintage Sadness. Healing the Adult Child’s Grieving Heart: Practical Ideas after Your Parent Dies by Alan D. Wolfelt, Offering heartfelt and simple advice, this book provides realistic suggestions and relief for an adult child whose parent has died. On Grief and Grieving – Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s & David Kessler. Grieving the Death of a Mother – Harold Ivan Smith. Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road – Neil Peart. There Is No Good Card for This: What To Say and Do When Life Is Scary, Awful, and Unfair to People You Love – by Kelsey Crowe & Emily McDowell.