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:

Memorialization is about making memories permanent. This video portrays the story of a father, a son, and some tender moments that were recorded in stone for the generations to remember.

A memorial can tell a person's life story in many ways: through the words carved into it, through its location, and through the form it takes. Custom carved memorials are beautiful and unique. They help to capture the story of a lifetime. This video shows brief snippets from the process of carving a custom monument.

A grave marker is one of the only pieces of artwork that an average family will ever buy. These hand-made tributes to the life of a loved one serve many important purposes for a grieving family, but they are also an important permanent record that will tell an individual's story to the generations that follow.

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