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Den Tod überleben 
Peter Kottlorz
Surviving Death
A Companion in Times of Grief

The encounter with dying and death challenges us, bringing us to our limits. It is no wonder that we suppress death and do not want to have it in our aliveness. So how do we deal with the sudden loss of a loved one?

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Männer trauern anders – Was ihnen hilft und gut tut 
Thomas Achenbach
Men Grieve Differently: What Helps and Benefits Them

»Women cry and men let everything eat at them« – the differences between men and women are not quite as drastic as this cliché. However, the male approach in coping with their grief and overcoming the pain is clearly different from that of the female, according to the experienced grief counsellor Thomas Achenbach. So if it is not a conversation with the best friend, what benefits grieving men?

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Ein Teil von mir 
Silke Szymura
A Part of Me
Embracing My Grief and Continuing to Live. For People After the First Year of Mourning

What happens to grief after one, two or three years and beyond when the surrounding world has re-turned to its routine agenda? Where and how can it now get the space that it needs? The blogger and grief counsellor Silke Szymura sensitively describes in this book how people can succeed in giving up the battle against undesired feelings, embrace their own grief and step by step find their way back into a new life that is good in a different way.

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Der Tod bringt mich nicht um 
Nicole Rinder
Death Doesn´t Kill me
Why I became a mortician

Her son lived only four days. It was a preannounced death, a long good-bye. The experience changed Nicole Rinder´s life and led her to her calling. She started to get involved in the topic of death and grieving, trained as grief counselor and now helps people cope with death. In her book, she talks about her journey and gives authentic insights in her daily work as mortician.

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Ich wohne bald im Zeitlosraum 
Sabine Rachl
Soon I Will be Living in the Timeless Room
Encouraging stories on dying and living

This book by Sabine Rachl recounts the stories of dying children, their siblings, parents and grandparents. Alexandra, Lucián, Kim, Hauke, Elvi, Erich and many others talk about their experiences with terminal cases and being alive, which has changed because of death. These are stories of laughing and crying, of pain and joy and of the connection which will always remain – stories which encourage because they show that dying is part of life.

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Geschichten, die das Leben erzählt 
Mechthild Schroeter-Rupieper
Stories that Tell a Life, Because death wrote them

»How can you stand all the sadness in your job?« grief counselor Mechthild Schroeter-Rupieper is often asked. In reality, her work is often joyful, even if grief isn’t banished because of it. And that is what she demonstrates in these funny and sad, deep and ordinary, beautiful and sometimes absurd stories drawn from her very typical work experiences.

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Damit das Leben wieder heller wird 
Eva Terhorst
Life Will Be Brighter Again
The special journal for times of grief

For many people in mourning, nothing is the same after the loss of a loved one. Daily routines are completely different, but at the same time, life just marches on. In this phase it is often incredibly difficult to cope with ordinary tasks of life.

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Vergiss mein nie 
Anemone Zeim / Madita van Hülsen
Never Forget
Structuring Grief with Memories

No one can truly understand grief before they have experienced it personally. And then suddenly you are immersed in a situation in which everything you could previously rely on fails you. What remains are the memories. Consciously turning to your own treasure trove of memories, sorting through them and creatively engaging with them, helps us find a personalized and healing path through grief.

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Wenn Kinder trauern 
Christine Fleck-Bohaumilitzky
When Children Grieve
What They Feel - What They Ask - What They Need

Children grieve not only when a person or a pet dies, but also the loss of a stuffed animal or when a friend moves away. The author describes in a sensitive, competent and helpful way how parents and daycare, kindergarten, and elementary school teachers can help children deal with such losses.

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Trauernden Kindern Halt geben 
Monika Specht-Tomann
Supporting Grieving Children
What Parents Can do

Some children withdraw and refuse to talk when they are mourning. Others can hardly be soothed and cry continuously. It is also not unusual for grieving children to be aggressive. And many of them ask the most astonishing questions. But they are often not recognized, because their parents and caretakers are also out of their comfort zone.

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