Death is a fact of life we dare not ignore. In the times ahead, death is going to be in our face. We need to be prepared to comfort the bereaved and to deal with our own losses. Here is a book-list with a couple of short stories found on the web that pertain to "death counseling":
At Counsel of Spiritual Therapy, Counseling, Peak Experiences and the Human Encounter With Death: An Empirical Study of the Efficacy of DPT-Assisted Counseling in Enhancing the Quality of Life of Persons with Terminal Cancer and Their Closest Family Members by Richards, William Alan.
At Innersource, Learn the Alchemy of Transmuting Grief to Creativity by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
At CCI Journal Bookstore You Can Help Someone Who's Grieving:
- A How-To Healing Handbook by Victoria Frigo, Diane Fisher, Mary Lou Cook
- Give Sorrow Words: A Father's Passage Through Grief by Tom Crider
- The Mourning Handbook: A Complete Guide for the Bereaved by Helen Fitzgerald
- Death and Dying: Life and Living by Charles Corr, Clyde Nabe, Donna Corr
- On Death and Dying by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
- The Loss That Is Forever: The Lifelong Impact of the Early Death of a Mother or Father by Maxine Harris, Ph.D.
- How to Survive the Loss of a Parent: A Guide for Adults by Lois F. Akner, Catherine Whitney
- Motherless Daughters: The Legacy of Loss by Hope Edelman
- The Grieving Child: A Parent's Guide by Helen Fitzgerald
- After the Death of a Child: Living With Loss Through the Years by Ann K. Finkbeiner
- Empty Cradle, Broken Heart: Surviving the Death of Your Baby by Deborah Davis, Ph.D.
- Gentle Closings: How to Say Goodbye to Someone You Love by Ted Menten
The Final Transition by Richard A. Kalish
Short Storys: Bedtime-Story
- Collector of Tears by Jeff Meyers
- Mommy Make The Feather Dance! by Cynthia Gurin
Offered by Charles.