A View From Within is Pauline Grogan's highly anticipated new book about the life of James Lynch, a heroic and inspirational person who has touched many peoples lives. For over forty years, James Lynch lay in Tauranga hospital, becoming the longest-stay permanent patient in New ... read more
The book has been written to help anyone who is dying from cancer or other terminal illness. Drawing on years of practical experience as counsellors in the field, Sue Wood and Peter Fox discuss what they and others have found happening in the terminal stag... read more
This taboo-breaking book deepens the understanding of the death of one's parents through the experiences of the author, a daughter of Holocaust survivors. Her parents never communicated their imprisonment experiences, causing Lydia Flem to grow up... read more
The loss of a mother is one of the most traumatic experiences in a woman's life. Patricia Commins, who lost her mother at a young age, shows how she escaped the sorority of sorrow by understanding her mother as a woman.
When You Lose Someone You Love is a very thoughtful and lovely book to revisit again and again as we live through sorrow and anger and loss. We don't know how we can carry on. This gentle book talks about the feelings of sadness a... read more
Susan lost her husband and both parents within the space of three months. This is the story of her recovery from shattering grief and her amazing discovery that our loved ones are still there for us, in the spirit world.
In this humorous yet thought-provoking glimpse into other realms, David Staume asks you to open your mind and leave your body behind as he takes you on a tour of the other side. Find out every... read more
This is a study of more than 100 people who have experienced clinical "death" and survived. Dr Moody reveals their testimonies and their descriptions of "death" and the "beyond", and shows how the way life, death and the spiritual hereafter are viewed have changed.
When someone dies, those left behind are expected to grieve. But, as taboo as it is to admit, not every death brings great sadness. Labeled "nontraditional grief response" by therapists and counselors, a positive reaction following a death is becoming more common, especially now ... read more