Books tagged: Grief

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Remember, It's Ok: Loss of a Pet

By Marina L. Reed & Marian Grace Boyd

Losing a pet is heartbreaking. They are part of your life, your family, your heart. So many people who lose a pet friend suffer in silence. It can often be difficult to get understanding and validation for the depth of that loss. We will do both. Your pet was your family, regardless ... Read more

Remember, It's Ok: Loss of a Sibling

By Marina L. Reed & Marian Grace Boyd

Losing a sibling can feel like missing a piece of yourself. Losing a friend can feel exactly the same, often without the validation from family and friends. The bond that connects us to people we love is strong and their loss creates a hole in our lives. It can feel like that ... Read more

Talking About Death Won’t Kill You

By Dr. Kathy Kortes-Miller

This practical handbook will equip readers with the tools to have meaningful conversations about death and dying

Death is a part of life. We used to understand this, and in the past, loved ones generally died at home with family around them. But in just a few generations, death ... Read more

The Light Streamed Beneath It

By Shawn Hitchins


A Publishers Weekly Notable Book
49th Shelf Recommended Read

A modern gay memoir exploring love, death, pain, and community that will resonate long after the last page.

“This is an embodied story of love, loss, and recovery — raw, candid, and filled with a sense of awe ... Read more

Through, Not Around

Edited by Allison McDonald Ace, Caroline Starr, and Ariel Ng Bourbonnais

Everything doesn't (always) happen for a reason.

Infertility and pregnancy loss can be devastating, yet both are often private sorrows for the one in six people who cope with the experience. This collection offers personal stories about what it's like to go through the emotional ... Read more

Under the Bright Sky

By Andrew Scott

Under the Bright Sky: A Memoir of Travels through Asia brings together ten personal travelogues set in ten Asian countries over a period of several decades. Each story is a snapshot of a distinct time and place, covering a vast and complex landscape, both physical and emotional. ... Read more

When Things Get Back to Normal

By M.T. Dohaney

One Friday, Walter Dohaney, novelist M. T. (Jean) Dohaney's husband, went out as usual to play hockey with his friends. She never saw him alive again. Without warning, Jean was plunged into the most painful and disorienting experience of her life. Faced with a tumult of emotions ... Read more