Books on grief: The 16 incredible bestsellers to help cope with loss of loved one
Those who have experienced losing a loved one know it is an extremely difficult one to navigate. Many people will turn to various resources to find comfort, with books being one of the most notable places to start. Experts and a community of readers from Book Authority have identified and recommended the best books in the world that can help those dealing with grief.
Little Matches: A Memoir of Grief and Light
An emotionally raw memoir that tells the story of a mother’s grief after the loss of her adult child with cystic fibrosis. The book considers the hope of soulful connections that go beyond the boundary of life and death.
Widowish: A Memoir
An uplifting and deeply moving memoir of grieving ‘outside of the box’ as a woman navigates life after her husband’s unexpected death. She finds that she doesn’t fit the typical idea of widowhood or meet the expectations of mourning in this modern take on loss.
Loving and Living Your Way Through Grief: A Comprehensive Guide to Reclaiming and Cultivating Joy and Carrying on in the Face of Loss
This book offers help in healing from grief and loss and its pages are filled with insight, wisdom and relatable stories. The book shares everything you need to know to start living again with joy, meaning, and love after loss. It is organised so that the reader can choose a topic from the table of contents relating to the issue that is affecting you the most at that moment.
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Good Grief I’m Healed: Hurt in the World, Healed by the Word
Author Suzanne Grimaud reveals how she healed after losing both her mother and sister in a fatal car accident when she was a teenager. This book is for those who are tired of the trauma, grief, anxiety, panic and fear and just want to start living again.
The Night Lake: A Young Priest Maps the Topography of Grief
This is a raw and intensely affecting memoir by a young priest about the loss of a child, the following grief and aftermath, and the hard-won joy that can follow. It is the story of finding a way forward through a tragedy that sems like it might be beyond surviving.
Pets and the Afterlife 3: Messages from Spirit Dogs
This is the third volume in a series of books by Rob Gutro on pet communications from the afterlife. Through personal stories, mourning pet owners reveal how their dogs gave them signs and messages. In addition, there is a special chapter by a licensed professional on how to cope with grief and spot signs and receive messages on your own.
Good Grief: Embracing life at a time of death
Mother and daughter Anne Mayer Bird and Catherine Mayer were widowed within 41 days of each other on the eve of the Covid pandemic, then forced into lockdown alone. Together they discovered ways to navigate their loss and how to handle the startling questions and challenges that confronted them. The main focus, however, is not on death, but on life and love.
The Language of Loss: Poetry and Prose for Grieving and Celebrating the Love of Your Life
When Barbara Abercrombie’s husband died, she found the language of condolence irritating, even though it was well intended. She instead yearned for words that acknowledged the reality of death, spoke about the sorrow, loneliness, guilt and anger. This book is one to dip in to and read slowly, a collection of poems and prose to lead you through the phases of grief.
The Irreverent Grief Guide: How to F***ing Survive Months 1-3
The author of this book is a cheerleader for the grief process: “Manage a shower today (badass), skipped the shower and just doused yourself with cologne (your essence is perfection), spontaneous meltdown in a bathroom stall at work (proud of you). Whatever you are feeling is right!”
Embodied Resilience through Yoga: 30 Mindful Essays About Finding Empowerment After Addiction, Trauma, Grief, and Loss
Here you will find 30 personal essays of resilience to help you heal, connect and thrive through yoga, supporting your journey to self-acceptance and empowerment.
Lost Without You: Loving and Losing Tanya
In July 2019, ex-footballer Vinnie Jones tragically lost his wife, Tanya, after her six-year battle with cancer. Her passing was a devastating shock to everyone who knew her – and Vinnie found himself struggling to cope. In this extraordinarily intimate memoir, Vinnie tackles his grief honestly by sharing warm and colourful stories from the 25 years he spent married to Tanya alongside unfiltered accounts of the reality of grief.
Heartbroken: Healing from the Loss of a Spouse
Bestselling author, hospice chaplain, and grief specialist Gary Roe is a well-respected and sought after voice in grief recovery. Gary has walked with hundreds of widows and widowers through this painful valley. From their stories he has composed this warm, practical work that will both touch your heart and comfort your soul.
The Gift of Grief: A Practical Guide on Navigating Grief and Loss
The Gift of Grief is for those who are navigating a loss and are wanting to understand grief itself and how to heal from a variety of losses. The book helps the reader understand death, dying and other everyday life events that can cause us to grieve. This book also helps you to understand the grieving process and addresses the different myths that can impact your personal journey.
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