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|Broken Wings: A Flight
Attendant's Journey by Nattanya Andersen
Paperback, 319 pages,
Nattanya Andersen was
working as a flight attendant when a mid-flight engine explosion
left her with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Her
book describes many health concerns for aircrew along with her
own stuggles in regaining her wings.
|Nobody's Child Anymore:
Grieving, Caring and Comforting When Parents Die by
Barbara Bartocci; Paperback, 127 pages; ISBN: 1893732215
This book is a practical
reference where the author uses her personal experience and
discussions with others to examine & validate the wide
variety of emotions experienced when parents die.
|Living With Grief After Sudden
Loss: Suicide/Homicide/Accident/Heart Attack/Stroke by
Kenneth J Doka (Editor); Paperback, ISBN: 15603257X
This book covers five
critical points of the grief process and sudden death:
highly indivdual reactions, unique issues for survivors, loss of
normal daily world, short and long term intervention in additon
to self care for caregivers.
|Living With Grief:
Children, Adolescents & Loss by Kennth J
Doka (Editor); Paperback, ISBN: 1893349012
A valuable resource for
those who have children or work with children. This book
shares the knowlege, experience and wisdom of leading authors in
the field of children's loss.
|Children Mourning: Mourning
Children by Kennth J Doka (Editor);
Paperback, ISBN: 1560324473
This is a
complilation of chapters that include: The Child's
Perception of Death, Grieving Children: Can We Answer Their
Questions, Grief of Children and Parents, and the Role of the
|Food for the Soul: A
"Best of Bereavement" Poetry Collection
by Andrea Gambill (Editor); Paperback, ISBN: 0962716510
This is an excellent
collection of poetry used for presentations, memorial services
or personal inspiration. Many of the poems have appeared
in Bereavement magazine bringing comfort and healing to those in
Dying Time: Practical Wisdom for the Dying and Their
Joan Furman, David McNabb (Contributor)
Paperback, 224 pages,
Here is a comprehensive
handbook for the dying and their caregivers. It walks the
reader through the dying time and provides details on how
to make the environment conducive to peace, give physical care,
and remain healthy as a caregiver.
|Hello From Heaven!:
A New Field of Research. After-Death
Confirms that Life and Love are Eternal
by Bill Guggenheim, Judy
Guggenheim; Paperback, 398 pages, ISBN: 0553576348
From the field of
After-Death Communication, the authors share over 350 firsthand
accounts accumulated in seven years of research of communication
with 22 deceased loved ones. Bereaved survivors relate the
hope and comfort messages and signs from the spirit realm are
Celebrations: Eulogies, Elegies, Letters & Epitaphs
by Jill Werman Harris,
(Editor); Paperback, ISBN: 0375701257
This rich anthology
provides tremendous comfort and perspective in times of loss.
The mourned include poets, politicians, celebrities and ordinary
people from the 17th century to the present.
Hope by Sue Catherine Holtkamp;
Paperback, 109 pages,
A gentle and honest
resource that looks at how churches deal with grief. This
book is particularly good for those who struggle with a crisis
of faith. It encourages others to find authentic faith and
|When Will I Stop
Hurting? Dealing With a Recent Death
by June Cerza Kolf;
Paperback, ISBN: 0801054877
Helpful advice is
provided in a practical way for those who are grieving.
are given for handling
holidays, insomnia, anger, guilt and forgiveness. The
closing discussion concentrates on letting go of grief.
Bad Things Happen to Good People by
Harold S. Kushner
Paperback, 149 pages,
A highly recommended,
easily read, and humanely written book by Rabbi Kushner guides
us through all the "Why", Why Me", "How
Could God Let This Happen" questions that we all ask.
The practical, compassionate answers to these questions of life
and death provide comfort, strength and the possibility of
continuing life and healing.
the Edge: Dialogues With the Grieving and the Dying, the
Healing and the
Healed by Stephen Levine; Paperback,
264 pages, ISBN: 0385262205
Based on his extensive
counseling work with the terminally ill, Dr. Levine's book
integrates death into the context of life with compassion, skill
and hope. Capturing the range of emotions and challenges
that accompany the dying process, he offers unique support to
readers dealing with this difficult experience..
Life and Death by Stephen Levine
pages, ISBN: 0385262191
Using case histories
from his work with the terminally ill, Levine discovers an
approach that offers a new way of looking at life and the
healing that can occur by balancing mind and heart. In
doing so, his patients are offered new hope and peace.
|The Grief Process: Meditations
for Healing by Stephen & Ondrea Levine;
2 cassette tapes, ISBN 1564557146
This is an in-depth
workshop exploring how to resolve grief through meditation.
Based on classic principles of awareness training, the Levines
offer an opportunity for true healing through a collection of
Heart Still Beats: After Your Child Dies by
Anne McCracken and Mary Semel; Hard Cover, ISBN 1568382014
collection of poetry, fiction and essays compiled by two authors
who have experience the loss of a child. These healing
works offer words of comfort and insight to those who need it in
their time of loss.
|Who Dies?: An
Investigation of Conscious Living and Conscious Dying
by Stephen Levine,
Ondrea Levine; Paperback, 317 pages, ISBN:
This is a book about
LIVING! It is about joy...and suffering and accepting the
in life so the first
steps toward happiness can be made. With compassion,
Levine shows a path of growth which helps us live a FULL LIFE
that is preparation for our own death.
|Don't Take My Grief
Away: What to Do When You Lose a Loved One
by Doug Manning:
Paperback, 144 pages, ISBN: 0060654171
consoling, practical guide to help the bereaved cope with
emotions, confront decisions, and learn to live again.
Forever: George Anderson's Message from Children
on the Other
Sideby Joel Martin, Patricia
pages, ISBN: 0425153436
extraordinary psychic gifts, George Anderson has been able
to hear the voices of our departed children. By sharing
his case studies with the reader, messages of hope and love have
reassured and comforted parents regarding their deceased child.
|We Are Not
Forgotten: George Anderson's Messages of Love and
Hope from the
Other Side by Joel Martin, Patricia
Romanowski, George Anderson
Paperback, 322 pages,
George Anderson, renown
psychic with an ability to communicate with 'the other side',
shares actual session contact between his clients and their
deceased loved ones. These contacts provide the bereaved
love and hope from their departed as well as a glimpse of the
afterlife and eternity.
|We Don't Die:
George Anderson's Conversations With the Other
Joel Martin, George Anderson, Patricia Romanowski
Paperback, 289 pages,
The story of
George Anderson and his ability to communicate with our loved
ones after their death. The book supports Anderson's
amazing ability with scientific testing and many, many
documented contacts with the other side.
|Life After Life:
The Investigation of a Phenomenon -- Survival of
Bodily Death by
Raymond A Moody, Jr.; Paperback, 184 pages, ISBN:
After studying over 100
cases of people who experienced 'clinical death' from which they
returned to life, Dr Moody shares these testimonies to reassure
those who wonder about life after death.
Live: The Inspiring Story of Flight 232 Survivor Jerry Schemmel
by Jerry Schemmel with Kevin Simpson; Hard Cover, ISBN
to Live" is a story of a airline disaster and Schemmels's
subsequent struggle with the death of his best friend, why he
lived and how he survived the aftermath of the tragedy.
|Widowed Without Warningby
Joanne Shortley-Lalonde; Paperback, ISBN 0595163874
The crash of USAir Flight
427 killed this author's husband, sending her on an
emotional journey in an effort to survive the tragedy.
|The Courage to Grieve:
Creative Living, Recovery, & Growth Through Grief by
Judy Tatelbaum; Paperback, ISBN 0060911859
In an easy to understand
format, this book provides simple techniques to help the
bereaved. Stages of grief are described along with self
help methods of grief resolution.
|Lament for a
Son by Nickolas Wolterstorff;
Paperback, 111 pages,
Writing within the
context of Christian spirituality, Wolterstorff considers the
meaning for him of the death of his 25 -year-old son in a
mountain climbing accident.
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