Self Care

The following are few suggested books that may help those who are coping with loss by suicide:

  • Bolton, Iris, My Son, My Son, Bolton Press, Atlanta , 1983  (Bolton Press, 1090 Crest Brook Lane, Roswell, GA, 30075-3403 USA,, 770-645-1886)

  • Clarke, James, A Mourner’s Kaddish, Suicide and the Rediscovery of Hope, Novalis, 2006

  • Clewes, Richard, Finding Lily, A Memoir, Key Porter books, 2006

  • Collins, Judy, Sanity & Grace, A journey of Suicide, Survival and Strength, Jeremy R. Tarcher/Penguin Group, 2003

  • Farr, Moira, After Daniel, A Suicide Survivor’s Tale, Harper Collins, 1999

  • Fine, Carla, No Time to Say Goodbye, Surviving the Suicide of a Loved One, Doubleday, 1997

  • Jamison, Kay Redfield, Night Falls Fast, Understanding Suicide, Alfred A, Knoff, 1999

  • Joiner, Thomas, Why People Die By Suicide, Harvard University Press, 2005

  • Leenaars, Antoon A., Psychotherapy with Suicidal People, A Person-Centred Approach, John Wiley & sons, 2004

  • Wolfelt, Alan D., Healing Your Traumatized Heart, 100 Practical Ideas After Someone You Love Dies a Sudden & Violent Death, Companion Press, 2002

  • Wolfelt, Alan D., The Journey Through Grief, Reflections on Healing, Companion Press, Fort Collins, CO., 1997 (Center for Loss and Transition)