Grief, A Dark, Sacred Time

By Darrelyn Gunzburg

Grief: A Dark, Sacred Time by Darrelyn Gunzburg discusses surviving loss and finding strength and meaning in the dire moments when we traverse the dark waters of grief. No matter our status in life, we do get hit by grief when we lose a loved...

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What This Kid Wants Adults To Know About Grief

By Bryce Fields

What This Kid Want Adults To Know About Grief by Bryce A. Fields as told to Bradley Vinson speaks about discussing grief with children in a safe space. The unique views in the book will be useful when it comes to helping grieving young hearts...

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To Break or Bounce

Finding Balance, Stability, and Resilience in Our Lives
By Shelley Plumb

To Break or Bounce: Finding Balance, Stability, and Resilience in Our Lives by Dr. Shelley Plumb takes readers on a journey along with the author and gives them glimpses of her life beginning with the loss of her mother when she was young. Her personal...

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The Year After

One Girl's road map for navigating loss, rebuilding herself, and making the road, oh so beautiful.
By Katy Martin

The Year After by Katy Martin is a heartrending book that will give courage to all mothers and bereaved parents to put the pieces of their lives back together. The author shares her personal grief of losing her son Beau, and how her husband Brodie...

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Release The Pressure

Overly Stressed & Depressed
By Amy Raines

There is nothing wrong in having a problem with depression or a mental disorder. Release The Pressure: Overly Stressed & Depressed by Amy Raines is an insightful book that speaks about mental disorder and depression and the stigmas, clichés, and taboos attached to it. The...

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Gloom

A Light in the Darkness
By Serenity Williams

In Gloom: A Light in the Darkness by Serenity Williams, there is a character in the beginning and throughout who just does not want to get out of bed. The character does not even crave food. The character’s mother says it is depression. But, the...

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My Story Isn't Over

By Natasha Simon

My Story Isn't Over by Natasha Simon is her autobiography as she recounts her mental illnesses and moves in her life, conquering one thing at a time. Divided into 2 parts, the author shares her stories, her worries and her successes in small chapters that...

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Don't Expect Me To Cry

Refusing to let Childhood Sexual Abuse Steal my Life
By Janet Bentley

Janet Bentley has written Don’t Expect Me To Cry: Refusing to let Childhood Abuse steal my life in three parts. The first is the title section, the second, Don’t Expect Me To Lie, and the third, Don’t Expect Me To Die. It is not an...

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A Heart for Daddy

Helping Kids Recover from Parent's Self-Harm
By Leticia Murphy, Sharon Walling

A Heart for Daddy: Helping Kids Recover from Parent’s Self-Harm is a children’s book by Leticia Murphy and Sharon Walling designed to help children better understand and cope with the loss of a parent via suicide. The book starts by affirming that the struggles and...

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Love Interrupted

A Seeker’s Discovery of the Afterlife
By Michele Matto

Losing someone you love is always a traumatic event, and learning how to deal with it is not an easy process. People can choose many ways to cope with suffering, but they always need time to recover. In Love Interrupted, Michele Matto recalls her reaction...

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