There are many different grief resources available other than physical support From a trained volunteer or professional at a grief meeting, a seminar, talking to someone on a forum or on a phone call that make up a list of help and guidance services through traditional grief support that provide more hands on experiences when dealing with grief at this difficult time.
These are more solitary experiences of watching, reading and listening using grief resources provided by many to help those who prefer and take comfort from getting to grips with and discovering the emotions of others without experiencing or interacting ourselves.
Sometimes at this very lonely time going through the stages of grief we gain the comfort and company when reading, watching or listening to different experiences and advice and with the vast range of publications produced we can take comfort knowing that there are options available for all different types of grieving and bereavement books, films, music and stories providing publications to get involved with.
Below is what we believe is an extensive list of different grief resources to be able to choose a suitable one for your needs and requirements to help with information and experiences when dealing with grief at this difficult time.
We have done the research for you to find what we think is the best books on grief but also to provide a list of books that offer different information and experiences from informative reading to real life experiences.
As Elisabeth Kubler-Ross sets about revisiting the 5 stages of grief Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance in order to provide an empathetic guide for those who are in grief. real advice and insights are provided to readers to help them normalise and find the courage to continue. On Grief and Grieving provides a spiritual and practical insight.