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Suggested books:Adult Grief Resources

You may find these and other excellent grief resources at your local library or bookstore.

Good Grief
by Granger Westberg; Augsburg Books, 1962
This short, classic message of survival comes from a Christian perspective

Grieving: How to Go on Living When Someone You Love Dies
by Therese Rando; Lexington Books, 1995
Includes sudden and unexpected death. Encourages readers to grieve in their own way.

Healing After Loss: Daily Meditations for Working through Grief
by Martha Whitman Hickman; Avon Books, 1994

How to Survive the Loss of a Love
by Melba Colgrove, Harold H. Bloomfield, MD, and Peter McWilliams; Prelude Press, 1976
This easy-to-read classic addresses spouse or partner death.

The Journey through Grief
by Alan D. Wolfelt, PhD; Companion Books, 2003
Explores the physical, emotional and spiritual journey of grief.

No Time for Goodbyes
by Janice Lord Harris; Pathfinder Publishing of California, 1991
This volume explores coping with injustice, anger and sorrow after a tragic death.

What Will Help Me?
by Jim Miller; Willowgreen Press, 1994
This guide offers 12 suggestions for the griever. It complements How Can I Help? by the same author.
Available from Compassion Books

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Source: Allina Grief Resources

First published: 11/01/1998
Last updated: 03/04/2005

Reviewed by: Judy Young, M Ed, manager of education and bereavement, Allina Hospice & Palliative Care