Self-Help, Death, Grief, Bereavement
Thriving in Chaos
How to Have Hope and Purpose in a World of Constant Change by Michelle Malloy
We have all found ourselves in uncertain times, unsure how to move forward. When we strive to become a better version of ourselves, which parts do we keep, and which parts must we leave behind? How do we ground ourselves so that we can prepare for ...
This Grief Thing F**king Sucks
by Taya Mikado
Frank and philosophical, gentle and brave, this grief thing F**KING sucks wanders the ghost town of grief, reaching out a hand to those it encounters along the way. Through clear-eyed prose and tender-hearted poetry, Taya Mikado relays her own grief ...
Determined to Get a Life
The Story Doesn't End with Dementia by Ken Crassweller
In this candid story, this author asks one of life’s essential questions: How do we go on when our hearts are broken? Book One of Determined to Get a Life tells the story of Ken and his wife Lesley, her journey through dementia and eventual death, ...
Unlocking the Blue Door
Opening Up to Grief by Margaret Schweitzer
Grief is the best known conversation killer in polite society. The subject of death, whenever it arises, is either joked about or quickly discontinued in embarrassed silence. As we so often hear (and say), life is for the living. But what do you do ...
For the Caregiver
Providing Yourself Emotional Support on Your Caregiving Journey by Tricia Perrier
A loved one’s terminal illness diagnosis can be terrifying. If we hold onto that fear and carry it into a caregiving role, we will be left exhausted, ill-equipped to cope, and feeling powerless. What’s more, we will find it extremely difficult to be ...
Grief and the Spirit World
A Search for Comfort by Diane Kirby
What if, as we navigate loss and grief, our loved ones are walking beside us on the other side of the veil? What if we could learn to not only connect with our ancestors but also to Spirit? In this personal memoir of grief and healing, Diane Kirby ...
Siren, On Repeat
What My Best Friend's Death Taught Me About Hope and Grief by Patti Kimball
Patti Kimball learned about grief early in life. At the age of fourteen, her best friend Aprile died suddenly from a congenital heart condition. Aprile was a light in Patti’s life and a pillar of her community; she was brave, kind, and sensitive to ...
The Toolbox for Grief and Loss
Effective Healing Strategies by Valerie A. Umscheid
The Toolbox for Grief and Loss is an insightful and practical guide for anyone who is suffering, whether from a loss that is recent or long past. Grief does not have a timeline; however, prolonged pain and suffering can be avoided or healed, and the ...
A Life Continued
Living After Losing Your Best Friend by Donna Marie Easter
“Fear mixed with dread, combined with a heart racing, stomach-churning sense of panic . . .” Donna Easter’s reminiscence of her husband’s death to prostate cancer cuts deep. Even if you’ve never lost a partner, grief comes in all shapes, she ...
What You Need to Know to Heal by Diane Kirby
There are an estimated 258 million widows worldwide. Demystifying Grief is a primer for women who’ve lost their partners, an accessible handbook on the physical, emotional, and behavioral effects of grief, and how to survive and heal. In June 2018, ...