Here’s our book review of What Grieving People Wish You Knew.
What Grieving People Wish You Knew about What Really Helps (and What Really Hurts) is the full title of a slim yet exceptionally helpful volume by Nancy Guthrie.
You want to know how to help a grieving friend or family member. While you may never know exactly the right thing to do, this book is the next best thing.
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If your family or a family you know with young ones has recently experienced a loss, you will want to have resources to help children grieve.
Reading is one of the best activities to help a child address grief. Stories are especially powerful in highlighting truths about what we humans feel and experience when dealing with a loss.
The books listed below are generally regarded as classics. Well written and highly regarded, these books are appreciated equally by parents, grief counselors, and (most importantly) children.
Continue reading 101 Classic Books for Children About Death, Grief, Pet Loss & More
Sad Book is a beautifully bleak picture book that deals honestly with grief. Here is our review. Continue reading Children’s Book Review: Michael Rosen’s Sad Book
In our January 2017 funeral links collection, you’ll find funeral trends for the new year, a DIY living centerpiece that turns into memorial service favors, cremation urns and ash scattering regulations, final text messages, the Strange Art of the Posthumous Portrait, our most popular products and posts of 2016, and more. Continue reading January 2017 Funeral Links