Non-Fiction - Grief/Hardship

I Know It in My Heart

Walking Through Grief with a Child
By Mary E. Plouffe Ph.D.

I Know It in My Heart: Walking Through Grief with a Child by Mary E. Plouffe Ph.D. is a powerful, heart wrenching memoir that takes a visceral, somewhat clinical look at loss, grief, and healing, the journey of a woman and a child through devastating...

A Clinician's Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving

Reflections on Abuse, C-PTSD and Reclamation
By LCSW, Rev. Sheri Heller

An important thing to know when entering LCSW, Rev. Sheri Heller’s comprehensive and analytically deep book, A Clinician’s Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving, is that this is not a self-help book; it does not prescribe a process for healing complex trauma, except to emphasize...

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The Color of People

By James F Goffio, Joseph J Goffio, Sultan Sayed

The Color of People by James F. Goffio, Joseph Goffio and Sultan Sayed is a true story written to inspire people. The story is centred on the lives of two main characters and their families. Goffio (et al) alternates between characters as the plot unfolds....

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A Dog Called Hope

A Wounded Warrior and the Service Dog Who Saved Him
By Jason Morgan, Damien Lewis

All who have ever loved a dog and lost him/her, whether through death or otherwise, will find A Dog Called Hope, by Jason Morgan and Damien Lewis, bringing them to tears. This is a true story, in as far as Jason Morgan is able to...

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Tattooed by Grief

A Faith-Based Approach to Helping Youth Impacted by Loss
By Cari Zorno

Tattooed by Grief: A Faith-Based Approach to Helping Youth Impacted by Loss by Cari Zorno is a book that will help readers face one of the devastating emotions and realities so common today: grief. This book explores the psychology of loss and the anatomy of...

On Angels' Wings

A Journey Through Alzheimer's with My Mother
By Deborah Lynn

I don’t go out of my way to read books about taking care of your parents in their old age. I have read a few books on the subject, but I found the majority just a little too depressing for me. I am fifty-eight years...

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A Friend in Grief

Simple Ways to Help
By Ginny Callaway

A Friend in Grief: Simple Ways to Help by Ginny Callaway is a wonderful, heartfelt, gonna-make-you-cry book about how to be there for a friend who has lost a loved one. It will appeal to those who have felt the heart-wrenching loss of a loved...

Widowed

Moving Through the Pain of Widowhood to Find Meaning and Purpose in Your Life Again
By Joann Filomena

Widowed: Moving Through the Pain of Widowhood to Find Meaning and Purpose in Your Life Again by Joann Filomena is a short book, and I expected to finish reading it in just a few hours. Instead, I found myself needing a day to digest each...

Jum & Muz

I Forget - A Caregiver's View of Alzheimer's
By Mary Ellen Connelly

Jum & Muz: I Forget – A Care Giver's View Of Alzheimer's by Mary Ellen Connelly is the story of Jim, whose life was cut short by the cruel disease of Alzheimer's. The book chronicles their story, their trials, tribulations, and turmoil. The gradual changes...

A Chance to Say Goodbye

Reflections on Losing a Parent
By Lisa J. Shultz

The death of a parent is, for most of us, one of life’s major challenges. In a moving and beautifully written tribute to her late father, Lisa J Shultz’s A Chance to Say Goodbye drives home the importance of accepting the inevitability of death, and...

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