Surviving the Death of a Sibling: Living Through Grief When an Adult Brother or Sister Dies by T. J. Wray Although nothing can take away the sorrow and the sense of unfairness that we feel when our brother or sister dies, T.J. Wray's words help to convey the sense that we are not alone in our grief journey. As we also learn through TAPS, comfort comes from knowing that, as surviving siblings, we are forever connected.
When a Brother or Sister Dies by Claire Berman When a Brother or Sister Dies is so much more than a self-help book. It’s a journey of self reflection and healing. As I traveled through the different stories ranging from death by illness, accident, suicide, and so on, I found myself saying “Yes that’s it! That's how I feel. Oh my! I'm not crazy or alone.
Healing the Hurt Spirit, Daily Affirmations for People Who Have Lost a Loved One to Suicide by Catherine Greenleaf. This book was written as a day by day journey through grief for people who have experienced the suicide death of a loved one. Catherine Greenleaf has experienced this type of death three times in her life and it took her 25 years to write a book that helps us to understand the emotions of a suicide survivor. Each page has a theme, a short essay, and a quote like the one above.
''For those that understand, no explanation is necessary. For those that don't, none will suffice''.` Danny Thomas. My sister used to comfort me with those words. I miss her and my grief is still unbearable.
Klinger, A Story of Honor and Hope is a wonderful and helpful book for young children who are experiencing grief over the death of a parent or loved one in the military. The story of Klinger is a journey of loss, grief, and hope...