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Three Books to Bring Conversations about Death, Grief, & Loss into the Classroom

The following is a guest post by Lauren McGovern. Lauren lives in the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York. She is a teacher at North Country School in Lake Placid, NY. Visit for more about her and her work.

32 (More) Books About Grief

A few weeks ago, we put together the first half of a book list about death and grief. Today, we're finally getting around to posting the second half. Some of these books we've read, while others are on our Want to

32 Books About Grief

Well, we've gotten a bit carried away... again. Our intention was to provide you with a list of sixty-four memoirs or novels about death and grief... You know, so you could add a little light reading to your summer book list. I quickly realized

64 Children’s Books About Death and Grief

When grief hits a family, children often become the focus: how to talk to them about death; how to recognize if they are grieving 'normally'; how to create open communication and dialogue; etc. When we ask adults what they need

Grief Activity Books for Kids 3-9

There is no question that one of the most common concerns we hear from grieving parents is how to support grieving children and teens. We have posted in the past about some things to expect from kids grieving at different

When I Want To Remember My Mother, I Eat – Grief Recipe Stories

This grief recipe is brought to you by Nabilah Husna Nabilah is a writer, social policy researcher and tutor from Singapore living in Aotearoa, New Zealand.  Name of dish: Mee Rebus (Malay sweet and spicy noodle soup dish)  When I

Grief Book Recommendations: WYG Book Club Edition

A little while back, we asked people on our Facebook Page to share their grief book recommendations. People ask us this question all the time. So in turn, we often ask others this question when we're talking to different groups

Finding Comfort in Grief through Connection and Co-Destiny

The year after my mother's death, I lived mostly an "in spite of" life. I got up and went to work each morning in spite of not really caring. I called home to check in with family, in spite of knowing my mother

The Missing Link: Spirituality and Grief

Today we have a guest post on a topic we think is so important, from our grief-friend and subject-matter expert Kate J. Meyer, MDiv., LPC. Kate is an ordained minister and licensed professional counselor working with bereaved clients in a