S.O.S. READING LIST
(Books/Pamphlets in Our Library)
you would like to check out one of these books and do not see it at your meeting, check with your group facilitator. We rotate
our books so that more folks have access to more books.
Robert Ph.D and Calija, Marc. A Guide for the Bereaved Survivor. Copyright 1981.
Joseph. The View from a Hearse.
Joyce Dr. Widowed
Corinne. Andrew, You Died Too Soon.
A family experience of grieving and living again. Copyright 1993 Augsburg Fortress.
Kenneth J. Living With Grief
Stephanie. Companion Through the Darkness
Carla. No Time To Say Goodbye. Surviving the suicide of a loved one. Doubleday Publishers.
Helen. The Mourning Handbook
Victoria ; Fisher, Diane; Cook,
Mary Lou. You Can Help Someone Whos Grieving. A How-to Healing Handbook.
John H. M.D. ; Jefferson, James W. M.D. Depression and its Treatment. A laymans Guide by two leading psychiatrists to help you understand and cope
with Americas #1 mental health problem.
Amy. Healing Grief.
PhD. Living After Suicide.
John. The Grief Recovery Handbook
Harold S. When Bad Things Happen to Good People. Avon, 1981.
LaHaye, Tim. How to Win Over Depression.
Lester, David PhD. The Cruelest Death, The Enigma of Adolescent Suicide. Copyright 1993 by The Charles Press, Publishers, Inc.
Lukas, Chistopher and Henry Seiden. Silent Grief: Living in the Wake of Suicide. Bantam,
1987. Written for survivors or others wanting to understand. One author lost his mother, aunt and uncle to suicide; the other works in the mental health field. With bibliography.
Mellonie, Bryan. Lifetimes
Miller, Jack PhD. Healing Our Losses. A journal for working through grief.
James E. How Will I Get Through The Holidays
Reuel. Tragedy to Triumph
Patrick L. R.N.; Voss, Robert F. M.A.Q.M.R.P. Children’s
Grief. How to help the child whose parent has died.
Paul G. Suicide, The Forever Decision.
Continuum, 1988. Written to and for people considering suicide.
Kathleen. Mom, I’m All Right.
Sanders Printing Co. 1990.
William H. Healing a Fathers Grief.
Marcia G. Sibling Grief: How
parents can help the child whose sister or brother has died. Medic Publishing
Harriet Sarnoff. The Bereaved Parent. Finding
comfort and hope when a loved one has died.
Susan. I will Always Remember You
Donna. Never the Same.
Andrew. No One Saw My Pain
Priscilla, M.D. The Way Up From Down.
Joanne. How to Say Goodbye
Ann Kaiser. Living Through Personal Crisis. (Copyright 1984).
Danielle. His Bright Light.
Lornie. Argyle Park, a memoir of my sister’s suicide.
Granger E. Good Grief. A
constructive approach to the problem of loss.
Adina. Suicide: Survivors. Afterwords Publishing, 1991. The mother
of a 21 year old daughter who committed suicide writes about her feelings. Very
good, easy to browse, questions and headings format.