Love Pain

Stories of Loss and Survival
By Lynn Jaffee

Losing a child is the greatest tragedy for a parent. While many cannot express their pain, others find solace in telling their experience. This is the case of author Lynn Jaffee, who in Love Pain: Stories of Loss and Survival narrates the sad story of...

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Grappling to Light

A book of poetry
By Heather D. Nelson

Grappling to Light: A Book of Poetry by Heather D. Nelson is a brief but impactful collection of poetry about serious subjects such as depression, anxiety, grief, and other emotional and psychological conditions during COVID-19 of 2020 and 2021. It isn't the first pandemic-related volume...

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A Living Nightmare

From the memoirs and stories told by Anneliese Pitt
By Ghislaine Raymond, Laurette Leblond, Anneliese Pitt

Anneliese Möwis Pitt was born in 1929. She had three sisters and her parents, who all lived in Landsberg, Germany. Although denied affection and love by her mother and sisters, she was content and happy because life was good. Things took a nosedive when her...

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Losing the Atmosphere

A Baffling Disorder, A Search for Help, and the Therapist Who Understood
By Vivian Conan

Losing the Atmosphere: A Baffling Disorder, A Search for Help, and the Therapist Who Understood by Vivian Conan documents the author's experience with mental illness and her journey to wholeness with forensic detail. In this gripping memoir, Conan shares her journey as she struggled with...

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My Mother's Way of Dying Well

By Dianne Porter

My Mother's Way of Dying Well by Dianne Porter is a moving biography covering a myriad of emotions surrounding death and dying. One would think that a biography about losing parents wouldn't have humor and bright points, but this one does, without disrespecting the subject...

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Butterfly Awakens

A Memoir of Transformation Through Grief
By Meg Nocero

Butterfly Awakens: A Memoir of Transformation Through Grief by Meg Nocero takes you on a transformational journey as she shares her experience of dealing with the tragic loss of her mother, a toxic work environment, and bouts with her own health that involve stress, anxiety,...

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Running on All Fours

By Susan Jean Ricci

Susan Jean Ricci, in Running on All Fours, has found my soft spot. Being the parent of a differently-abled child myself, I empathized when reading about the problems Susan and her brother endured at the hands of an abusive “father” and struggling mother. Too often...

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What Not to Say to People who are Grieving

By Smith, Andrew, Allen; Pearson, Pamela, Sue

What Not to Say to People Who Are Grieving, by Pamela Sue Pearson and Andrew Allen Smith, was written in response to Pearson’s daughter’s death in a fatal car accident. Realizing that well-wishers are often in a quandary as to how to comfort those who...

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They Called Him Marvin

By Roger Stark

They Called Him Marvin is a work of non-fiction in the historical, biography, and family history sub-genres, and was penned by author Roger Stark. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains some very mild references to adult themes and wartime...

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Away

A Children's Book of Loss
By WP Osborne

W. P. Osborne has written an encouraging book for children who have lost a loved one. In Away: A Children's Book of Loss, the author gently and tenderly approaches a subject that is much too common today. Osborne uses the theme of a loving father...

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