GRIEF RESOURCES

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GRIEF RESOURCES

Grief Websites – Adults, Teens, and Children

Note: Empowering Life Decisions LLC and Rev. Jeff Long Long does not endorse the following websites, books, or counselors but they are provided as resources to obtain information and guidanc

willowgreen.com
Resources for hope, healing, and inspiration

www.griefshare.org
Find a caring group near you. Enter your zip code for a list of nearby groups.

www.caringinfo.org
-Are you planning ahead.
-Are you caring for someone.
-Are you living with an illness.
-Are you grieving a loss.

centerforloss.com
See the options near the bottom of the website.
-Someone I love has died.
-I want to help someone who is grieving.
-I’m a bereavement caregiver.

www.recover-from-grief.com
Grief, loss, recovery, grief stages, strategies, and help for kids.

griefnet.org
Grief support groups online, $10 per month.

www.griefspeaks.com
Coping with grief, loss, & other tough stuff;
for Adults, Children, Teens – Consulting, Counseling, Workshops.

www.highmarkcaringplace.com
A center for grieving children, teens, and families.

www.dougy.org
The Dougy Center – National Center for Grieving Children and Families. Support for all the family.

www.opentohope.com
Giving voice to grief and recovery.

www.thecompassionatefriends.org
Supporting a family after a child dies.
www.childgrief.org
Navigating a children’s grief.

www.comfortzonecamp.org
Geared towards children’s grief.

www.weirdisnormal.org
Weird is normal when teenagers grieve.

Grief and Loss Books / Literature

Note: Empowering Life Decisions LLC and Rev. Jeff Long does not endorse the following websites, books, or counselors but they are provided as resources to obtain information and guidance.

Coping with Death

A Journey Through Grief by Alla Renee Bozarth

How to Survive the Loss of a Love by Melba Colgrove, Harold H. Bloomfield and Peter McWilliams

A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis

Don’t Take My Grief Away From Me by Doug Manning

What Will Help Me? 12 Things to Remember When You have Suffered a Loss by James E. Miller

Men and Grief by Carol Staudacher

The Courage to Grieve by Judy Tatelbaum

Good Grief by Granger E. Westberg

Healing Your Grieving Heart by Alan D. Wolfelt

Death of a Spouse

Being a Widow by Lynn Caine

Healing a Spouse’s Grieving Heart by Alan D. Wolfelt

Death of a Parent

Motherless Daughters: The Legacy of Loss by Hope Edelman

Talking with a Child / Children’s Books

The Grieving Child: A Parent’s Guide by Helen Fitzgerald

When Your Grandparent Dies: A Child’s Guide to Good Grief (Elf-Help Books for Kids) by Victoria Ryan and R.W. Alley

The Fall of Freddie the Leaf by Leo Buscaglia

Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way to Explain Death to Children by Bryan Mellonie and Robert Ingpen

Help Me Say Goodbye: Activities for Helping Kids Cope When a Special Person Dies by Janis Silverman

When Mom or Dad Dies: A Book for Comfort for Kids (Elf-Help Books for Kids) by Daniel Grippo and R.W. Alley

Saying Goodbye to Daddy by Judith Vigna

The Next Place by Warren Hanson

The Invisible String by Patrice Karst & Geoff Steverson

When Someone You Love Has Cancer: A Guide to Help Kids Cope (Elf-Help Books for Kids) by Alaric Lewis & R.W. Alley

What Is Death by Etan Boritzer

Missing Mummy: A Book about Bereavement by Rebecca Cobb

Tear Soup: A Recipe for Healing After Loss by Pat Schwiebert and Chuck Deklyen

I’ll Always Love You by Hans Wilhelm

Gentle Willow: A Story for Children about Dying by Joyce C. Mills and Cary Pillo

Badgers Parting Gifts by Susan Varley

Teen’s Books About Death

Straight Talk about Death for Teenagers: How to Cope with Losing Someone You Love by Earl A. Grollman

Teen Grief Relief: Parenting with Understanding, Support,and Guidance by Heidi Horsley and Gloria Horsley

When All You’ve Ever Wanted Isn’t Enough by Harold Kushner

Weird is Normal When Teenagers Grieve by Jenny Lee Wheeler

Healing Your Grieving Heart for Teens: 100 Practical Ideas by Alan Wolfelt

Note: Empowering Life Decisions LLC and Rev. Jeff Long does not endorse the following websites, books, or counselors but they are provided as resources to obtain information and guidance.