Grieving Resources

As I am preparing to facilitate my first ‘Food for Thought’ Discussion group in February 2018, I am searching for books, resources, blog sites, pdf files and information to share with group members.

Part of my goal with the group(s) is sharing books individuals can use, turn to, recommend to others on the topics of loss, change, caregiving, death, dying, and end of life.

I am slowly building up a collection:

Journey’s End: Death, Dying and the End of Life by Victoria Brewster and Julie Saeger Nierenberg <—-Yes I co-authored this one   🙂

Please be Patient, I’m Grieving: How to Care for and Support the Grieving Heart by Gary Roe

Each Time you Open a Book and Read it, A Tree Smiles Knowing There’s Life After Death – bought off Journal to use to write in to journal your grief.

Last Wishes: A Journal for all the Important Information your Loved Ones will Need after your Death by Chris Fairweather- this is a book where all the important information can be written- tax information, vehicle details, organ donation, email and social media account log-in information, utility information, etc.

Good Vibes: Adult Colour by Number Live your Dreams Inspiring Good Vibes– this is to relax you and help take your mind off things for a bit.

Keeping it Together: How to Cope as a Family Caregiver without Losing your Sanity by Eleanor Silverberg

The Grief Club: The Secret to Getting Though all Kinds of Change by Melody Beattie

Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness, Needs, and Communications of the Dying by Maggie Callahan and Patricia Kelley


2 thoughts on “Grieving Resources

  1. rginsberg2 says:

    SO many to mention!! How about Dr. Monica’s book, “It’s OK to Die”? Filled with suggestions, explanations, worksheets… Plenty of food for thought there! … I could give you one a day for months to come…!!!!! 🙂

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