Mental Health Resources for Grief in Adults

Recommended Reading for Grief in Adults:

Grieving God’s Way uses inspiration and scripture to motivate us to grieve God’s way.

Grieving God’s Way by Margaret Brownley & Diantha Ain

The grief that follows the loss of a loved one can be devastating. This inspirational scripture based book motivates us to grieve God’s way, slow and invisible but full of amazing results, instead of man’s way.

I Will Carry You: The Sacred Dance of Grief and Joy helps those who mourn have hope to find grace and peace in the aftermath of loss.

I Will Carry You: The Sacred Dance of Grief and Joy by Angie Smith

This book tells the powerful story of how God carried Angie Smith and her husband Todd (from the group Selah) through losing their child and helps those who mourn have hope to find grace and peace in the aftermath of loss.

On Grief and Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss looks at the way we process grief and how it helps us live with loss.

I Will Carry You: The Sacred Dance of Grief and Joy by Angie Smith

This book tells the powerful story of how God carried Angie Smith and her husband Todd (from the group Selah) through losing their child and helps those who mourn have hope to find grace and peace in the aftermath of loss.

Reflections of a Grieving Spouse by H. Norman Wright helps find a way back to living when someone you love is gone.

Reflections of a Grieving Spouse by H. Norman Wright

This book helps the reader who is grieving or is walking alongside a grieving friend find a way back to living when someone you love is gone.

Silent Grief: Miscarriage-Child Loss, Finding Your Way Through the Darkness sheds light on the debilitation effects of the loss of a child.

Reflections of a Grieving Spouse by H. Norman Wright

This book helps the reader who is grieving or is walking alongside a grieving friend find a way back to living when someone you love is gone.

Dance with Jesus: From Grief to Grace is the personal story of how God came in the midst of grief and pierced the darkness.

Dance with Jesus: From Grief to Grace by Susan Mead

The author shares her personal story of how God came in the midst of grief and pierced the darkness, leading her to a deeper, more intimate relationship with Him that restored her soul.

In What Grieving People Wish You Knew about What Really Helps and What Really Hurts, Nancy Guthrie shares what to say, what not to say, what to do and what to avoid when you are interacting with a grieving friend.

What Grieving People Wish You Knew about What Really Helps and What Really Hurts by Nancy Guthrie

In this insightful book, Nancy Guthrie shares what to say, what not to say, what to do and what to avoid when you are interacting with a grieving friend.

In Love Has Come, the author takes those experiencing grief and loss on a 30-day journey of hope and encouragement.

Love Has Come: A 30-Day Journey of Hope and Encouragement for Those Experiencing Grief and Loss by Melinda Beckendorf Gordon

After the author experienced the unimaginable loss from the death of her daughter, she experienced the healing power of God’s grace, goodness and faithfulness. This book takes you on a 30-day journey of hope and encouragement for those experiencing grief and loss.

The author chronicles the tragic experience of losing his wife, daughter and mother in a car accident in a book that has become a classic on grief and loss.

Love Has Come: A 30-Day Journey of Hope and Encouragement for Those Experiencing Grief and Loss by Melinda Beckendorf Gordon

After the author experienced the unimaginable loss from the death of her daughter, she experienced the healing power of God’s grace, goodness and faithfulness. This book takes you on a 30-day journey of hope and encouragement for those experiencing grief and loss.

Twenty years after losing his wife, daughter and mother in a car accident, the author reveals the redeeming work God performed in the midst of circumstances that could have destroyed their family.

A Grace Revealed: How God Redeems the Story of Your Life by Jerry Sittser

Twenty years after losing his wife, daughter and mother in a car accident, the author reveals the redeeming work God performed in the midst of circumstances that could have destroyed their family. It shows that God can be trusted even when the circumstances don’t seem to agree.

The author offers widows and widowers hope and reassurance that life does exist after experiencing the heartbreak of losing a spouse.

Widowed: When Death Sucks the Life Out of You by Fran Geiger Joslin

The author offers widows and widowers hope and reassurance that life does exist after experiencing the heartbreak of losing a spouse and joy can mingle with grief.

Dr. Michelle Bengtson

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