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Bereavement and Loss

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Living When a Loved One Has Died
by Earl A. Grollman - Beacon Press (June 1995) Available in Hardcover and Paperback
This book takes you through the acknowledgement of the loss of a loved one, and helps you start back on the road to living your life again. 

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On Death and Dying
by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross - Scribner, 286 pages (Reprinted 1997)
This is the landmark book that first talked about the stages of grief and how to cope with loss. Several other related topics have also been published by this author.

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Questions and Answers on Death and Dying
by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross - Touchstone Books, Paperback: 192 pages (June 1997)
This book consists of answrs to the most frequently asked questions about death, dying and dealing with a terminally ill friend, relative, or partner. It is an expansion on her previous book, in response to the many questions she has been asked at speaking engagements.

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The Hospice Handbook: A Complete Guide
by Larry Beresford, with Foreword by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
Paperback: 165 pages - Little Brown & Company (March 1993)

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When Bad Things Happen to Good People: Twentieth Anniversary Edition, with a New Preface by the Author by Harold S. Kushner
Hardcover: 202 pages Schocken Books (September 4, 2001)
This is another excellent book on bereavement which has been recommended by professionals assisting people in dealing with a personal loss.

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The Courage to Grieve by Judy Tatelbaum
Paperback: 177 pages, HarperCollins (paper), (October 1984)
This book is a few years old, but still available and still relevant. It provides excellent advice for those dealing with a personal loss.  

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