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Bis mein Leben neue Knospen treibt 
Carmen Birkholz
Until My Life Sprouts New Buds
A Guide through Grief

Almost all partings, whether they are sudden or descend upon you or are freely chosen, leave behind painful empty places. Your own life seems to be a winter landscape: frozen and lifeless.

Carmen Birkholz finds words that gently and carefully provide the gift of a new springtime.

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Der Tod ist groß, wir sind die Seinen 
Ralf T. Vogel
Death Is Great, We Belong to It
Learning to Live with Death

Death remains a forbidden topic, in spite of the fact that we all know that we will eventually die. But more and more people want to come to terms with death in order to live their lives more purposefully. This book offers those people the possibility to discover their own understanding about death and dying, knowledge that lies deep in the soul.

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Welches Leben nach dem Tod? 
Gabriel Looser
Which Life After Death?
Reincarnation and Christian Faith

Many people share the hope that life continues after death “somehow”, but there are widely varying ideas about the “how”. The idea of a rebirth is increasingly widespread even among people of the Christian faith. But are these ideas even compatible, or do they contain contradictions that can’t be resolved?

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Praxisbuch Trauergruppen 
Mechthild Schroeter-Rupieper
Manual for Grief Support Groups
The fundamentals and creative methods for adults, teens and children

United in grief, and yet shaped by a unique story: in grief support groups, people meet who have an incisive experience in common, and yet are entirely different from each other. How is it possible to create a space in which the treasure of their common experience can be uncovered? How can all their individual needs and stories be honored at the same time?

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Wenn Zeit alleine nicht heilt 
Willi Butollo / Gabriele Pfoh
When Time Alone Doesn’t Heal
Support for Complex Grief

Mourning takes time. Everyone who is grieving or works with people in mourning knows that. But what can help mourners when the agonizing condition doesn’t come to an end, or even grows worse over time? When the loss remains incomprehensible and the loneliness is oppressive?

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Versöhnt sterben 
Angelika Daiker / Judith Bader-Reissing
Making Peace With Death
Palliative Care in Light of the Last Seven Words of Jesus

What do people who are dying need in order to be able to say goodbye, content and at peace? After working in hospice care for many years, Angelika Daiker and Judith Bader-Reissing are convinced: The things that are essential for a fulfilling life also contribute to a good death.

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Es wird wieder schön, aber anders 
Angelika Daiker
"Life Will Be Alright Again, But Different"
A Book for Widowed Women

“Life will be alright again, but different.” Anyone who is grieving someone they love dearly may find that hard to believe. Writing from her perspective as a grief counselor, Angelika Daiker sensitively addresses the experience of widowed women. She encourages them to understand the varied emotions and ways grief can be expressed in the context of their own biographies.

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Für immer anders 
Mechthild Schroeter-Rupieper
Changed Forever
A Handbook for Families in Times of Grief and Loss

You can’t put a happy spin on grief or talk your way out of it. You can only get beyond it by grieving. And it will become clear that things won’t be the way they used to be, but the new way can be good, too. In order to live through this process, families, in particular, need opportunities to learn to deal with loss, death and saying goodbye together, and also to find ways to express these emotions.

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Alles, nur kein Kinderkram 
Claudia Cardinal
Anything But Child’s Play
What Grieving Children and Teenagers Need

When children and teenagers grieve, sensitivity from adults is especially necessary. “Their hopelessness and powerlessness are the absolute worst,” says grief counselor Claudia Cardinal, who in her book reveals many ways to offer support, giving parents, relatives and friends advice on how to respond.

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Im Sterben die Fülle des Lebens erfahren 
Gabriel Looser
Experiencing the Richness of Life in Dying
A Companion Book

In our time, dying has become something utterly impersonal. The realities of death and our fear of death are often banished from the conscious mind. But in the end, when we repress thoughts of death we are repressing life as well. A rich and meaningful life becomes possible only when we are reconciled to the fact that we have to die.

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