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Recommended Books

Grief


Following is a list of books we’ve found helpful for those dealing with the topic of grief:

  • “The Art of Being a Healing Presence,” by Beverly Raphael
  • “A Grief Observed,” by C.S. Lewis
  • “Closer to the Light,” by Melvin Morse
  • “The Courage to Grieve,” by Judy Tatelbaum
  • “Healing Into Life and Death,” by Stephen Levine
  • “Meeting at the Edge,” by Stephen Levine
  • “Swallowed by a Snake,” by Tom Golden
  • “What Survives: Contemporary Explorations of Life After Death,” by Gary Doore
  • “When Bad Things Happen to Good People,” by Harold Kishner
  • “Who Dies?” by Stephen Levine
 
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