The only one I have read from this list is A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis which was great! But, thought this list might help others, so I’m sharing it.
MY TOP BOOKS ON GRIEF AND LOSS
In the dark hours and days/weeks after someone dies we often lay in the actual dark not able to shut off our minds, only wanting to sleep so the pain is not so real; physical.
Or in the literal, as it is such a mental stress load in those early days. Consumed with anguish, grief and loss.
We search endlessly for books, articles, websites to help us understand what we are feeling, to know we are not alone, to help up cope.
I have since read many books on grief in the 8 short years since my daughters death, the ones that helped me cope were actually the fictional stories of parents suffering though a tragedy, in a very morbid way I was comforted.
I read books that were supposed to help you cope, or teach you to let go.
I preferred first…
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