There are many books that are devoted to providing guidance and help when dealing with the grieving process that is the result of some major life event such as, the loss of a spouse, parent, child, divorce and your job. Below is a list of the books that I would recommend on this subject. The material in these books is helpful but it is best to be viewed as supplemental to receiving professional counseling from someone who is trained to deal within this area of specialization. At the end of each book in below listing is a link that will take you to Amazon.com if you wish to find out more about each book and for you to order those you would like.
- On Life after Death, by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross – http://amzn.to/uI8o1J
- On Grief and Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler – http://amzn.to/tgGSr1
- Letting Go With Love: The Grieving Process by Nancy O Connor PhD – http://amzn.to/t0goTH
- Open to Hope: Inspirational Stories of Healing After Loss by Gloria Horsley (Author), Heidi Horsley (Author), Elisabeth Kubler-Ross (Foreword) – http://amzn.to/umpNDn
- From Heartbreak to Happiness: An Intimate Diary of Healing [Hardcover], Aurora Winter (Author) – http://amzn.to/vaZr1v
- The Grief Recovery Handbook, by John W. James – http://amzn.to/txwxHW
I hope this material is helpful in addressing some of the issues surrounding the process of grieving. These books are meant to be a supplement to the counseling that is provided by an individual who is trained to help individuals work through the grieving process so they can return to a fulfilling and joyful life.