Many of us will grieve the death of a friend. Yet, this particular kind of grief is not recognized as often as that experienced when a spouse, child, or...
On August 12, 1986, 25-year-old David Strommen was struck and killed by a bolt of lightning. The tragedy sent his parents reeling with grief. Out of that...
Barbara A. Glanz knows grief from personal experience. Her son died at a very young age and her husband of many years died recently. Although the ideas in the...
In his counseling work, Harold Ivan Smith has heard all the questions—even the most obscure, personal, and difficult ones—that occur to grievers...
Not many books have been written to help the grieving son or daughter deal with the new reality of a deceased father. Smith has combined personal stories...
Dr. Davidson offers the latest findings and most helpful guidelines for healthy mourning and returning to a reorganized life. This outstanding guide will...
In this new book, veteran counselor Wayne Oates shares ideas from a lifetime of ministry.
The experience of grief has been a source of intrigue and curiosity throughout history, and it continues to stimulate thought and theory in various fields of...
The death of a friend is one of the most significant but unrecognized experiences of grief in American culture. In this unique book, Harold Ivan Smith guides...
Cradled All the While is a beautifully crafted memoir in which the author recounts the story of her mother's death from cancer. In the midst of career and...
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