Grief Resources

Grief is the natural and normal reaction to loss of any kind.  Usually when we speak of grief we speak of the death of a loved one.  Some resources to help in dealing with grief include:

Books:

  • On Death and Dying
    by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
  • When Bad Things Happen to Good People
    by Harold S. Kushner
  • A Grief Observed
    by C. S. Lewis
  • Don’t Take My Grief Away From Me
    by Doug Manning
  • How to Go on Living When Someone You Love Dies
    by Therese A. Rando
  • Why Are the Casseroles Always Tuna?
    by Darcie D. Sims
  • Good Grief
    by Granger E. Westberg

Organizations:

If you were given only a few square feet on which to tell your whole life story, what would you say? What events, and memories would you include? What would you want your great, great grandchildren to know about you? Pre-need memorials give you the chance to make important decisions about the story of your life.

During a time and season that has come to be characterized by Black Friday deals and record breaking travel congestion, taking a little time to honor the people that shape our lives can help mend that part of us that is often neglected by the pressures of our workaday culture.

It has often been said that monument builders tell stories in stone. This is the second video in a three video series that shows how a good monument builder can tell a story in stone.

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