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Books

  • Artful Grief: A diary of healing (Sharon Strouse)
  • Entering the Healing Ground: Grief, ritual and soul of the world (Francis Weller)
  • Consolation: the spiritual journey beyond grief (Maurcie Lamm)
  • Dying to be Free: A healing guide for families after suicide (Beverly Cobain and Jean Larch)
  • Healing through the dark emotions: the wisdom of grief, fear and despair (Miriam Greenspan)
  • The Art of Grief (edited by Earl Rogers)
  • I will not die an unlived life: Reclaiming purpose and passion (Dawna Markova)
  • The other side of sadness (George A Bonanno)
  • Hope for the Flowers (Trina Paulus)
  • Wave: A memoir of life after the Tsunami (SonaliDeraniyagala)
  • Michael Rosen’s Sad Book (Michael Rosen)
  • Night falls fast: Understanding suicide (Kay Redfield Jamison)
  • History of a suicide: My sister’s unfinished life (Jill Bialosky)
  • Oddly Normal: One family’s struggle to help their teenage son (John Schwartz)
  • Suicide (Emile Durkheim)
  • Silent grief: living in the wake of suicide (Christopher Lukas)
  • Far from the Tree (Andrew Solomon)
  • Understanding your suicide grief: 10 essential touchstones for finding hope and healing your heart (Alan D Wolfelt)
  • Autopsy of a suicidal mind (Edwin Shneidman)
  • It rains in February: a wife’s memoir of loss and love (Leila Summers)
  • My son… my son…: A guide to healing after death, loss or suicide (Iris Bolton)
  • Suicide of a child (Adina Wrobleski)
  • Between a mother and her child (Elizabeth Noble)
  • Sanity and Grace (Judy Collins)
  • Man’s search for meaning (Victor E Frankl)
  • When things fall apart (PemaChodron)
  • Survivors of suicide (Rita Robinson)
  • The Other Side of Suicide (Karen Peebles)
  • Eternal echoes: Exploring our hunger to belong (John O’Donohue)
  • Benedictus (John O’Donohue)
  • What matters most: living a more considered life (James Hollis)
  • The Snow Leopard (Peter Mathiessen)
  • The Year of Magical Thinking (Joan Didion)
  • Letters to my son (MignoneBreier)
  • With Tim (Lisa Schenke)
  • A year to live (Stephen Levine)