MY MASTER RESOURCE LIST

Within Grief Ally there is a Master Resource List. The list below includes those resources and is continually updated with resources I trust to speak honestly and intentionally about grief. Bookmark this page so you don’t lose it.

My Master Resource List

 

BOOKS

 

It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture that Doesn’t Understand by Megan Devine

The AfterGrief: Finding Your Way Along the Long Arc of Loss by Hope Edelman

 

ORGANIZATIONS AND ONLINE PLATFORMS

 

Modern Loss

Speaking Grief

Refuge in Grief

What’s Your Grief

 

 

PODCASTS

 

Grief is a Sneaky B!tch by Lisa Keefauver

Grief Out Loud by The Dougy Centre

Here After by Megan Devine

 

STORIES ABOUT DEATH, DYING, AND GRIEF

 

Bearing the Unbearable: Love, Loss, and the Heartbreaking Path of Grief by Joanne Cacciatore

Modern Loss: Candid Conversations about Grief. Beginners Welcome. by Rebecca Soffer and Gabrielle Birkner

Radical Acts of Love: Twenty Conversations to Inspire Hope at the End of Life by Janie Brown

“The Love of My Life” by Cheryl Strayed

Home Safe: A Memoir of End-of-Life Care During Covid-19 by Mitchell Consky

 

TALKS

 

“We don’t ‘move on’ from grief, we move forward” by Nora McInerny

“When someone you love dies, there is no such thing as moving on” by Kelley Lynn

 

ARTICLES

 

Dual Process Model of Coping with Bereavement: Rational and Description by Margaret Strobe and Henk Schut, Death Studies, 1993

How Not to Say the Wrong Thing by Susan Silk and Barry Goldman, LA Times, 2013

 

FICTION ABOUT DEATH AND GRIEF THAT I’VE ENJOYED

 

Our Chemical Hearts by Emily Sutherland

Everyone in this Room Will Someday be Dead: A Novel by Emily Austin

Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano 

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed

Everything Left to Remember: My Mother, Our Memories, and a Journey Through the Rocky Mountains by Steph Jagger

 

 

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