Resources The grief journey is not one we should take by ourselves; we need others to help us navigate the journey.

Here are some resources that I have found to be helpful or have been recommended to me by trusted friends. As each grief journey is as unique as the griever, so are our needs. What may have benefitted me may not help you. So pick and choose, and if you have suggestions, please email them to me at bob@walkthroughgrief.com.

Find someone that will walk with you. They may not understand and don't have to as long as they are there for you. It is not an easy road to travel, and if there is an end to it, I haven't reached it. But I know that we can learn to live, hope, and love again if we take time and travel the road before us. There are no shortcuts or off-ramps; please keep walking, my dear friend! We can do this!!!

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A Grace Disguised, Jerry Sittser, 1995, 2004

Lament for a Son, Nichols Wolterstorff, 1987

Finding a New Normal, Ray Leight, 2019

Moving On, Russell Friedman and John W. James, 2006

Grieving the Child I Never Knew, Kathe Wunnenberg, 2001, 2015

The Grief Recovery Handbook for Pet Loss, Russell Friedman, Cole James, John W. James, 2014

Surviving the Death of a Sibling, T. J. Wray, 2003

A Grief Observed, C. S. Lewis, 1961

It’s OK That You’re Not Ok; Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn’t Understand,

Megan Devine

Through the Eyes of a Lion; Facing Impossible Pain Finding Incredible Power,

Levi Lusko.

Nothing is Wasted, Pain to Purpose Devotional and study by

Davey Blackburn.

Find a local support group where you'll receive encouragement & support as you navigate grief.

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Susan johnson Susan johnson from Lake Tapps wrote on November 11, 2022 at 2:50 am
Thank you for letting me share my grief. I lost my husband Eric, March 22, 2022 after 48 years of marriage. Still having a hard time, missing him everyday
Thank you for letting me share my grief. I lost my husband Eric, March 22, 2022 after 48 years of marriage. Still having a hard time, missing him everyday... Collapse
Steve Steve from Snohomish wrote on October 1, 2022 at 4:15 pm
Thank you for these wonderful, encouraging words!
Thank you for these wonderful, encouraging words!... Collapse
Angela Claiborne Angela Claiborne from Chesapeake wrote on July 18, 2022 at 8:28 pm
This is a fantastic way to help people.
This is a fantastic way to help people.... Collapse
Tammy marley Tammy marley from Statesville NC. wrote on July 17, 2022 at 11:49 am
My grief journey started with my mother of February 7/2022 which was a dr.visit turned into a hospital visit with blood clots in her lungs, my mom was a strong lady she survived left March for rebilitation to try to get her to walk with out falling, brought her home March 19 mom was not eating April7 we went under hospice care, I stayed everyday she passed May 5/2022 in her sleep and I’m beating myself up everyday, wondering did I do the right thing, I’m just lost and broken without my sweet mama.I ALSO KNOWED YOU AND SHERRY FROM LIVING AT Talbert pointe apartments while y’all were building your house, she was such a great and wonderful lady.
My grief journey started with my mother of February 7/2022 which was a dr.visit turned into a hospital visit with blood clots in her lungs, my mom was a strong lady she survived left March for rebilitation to try to get her to walk with out falling, brought her home March 19 mom was not eating April7 we went under hospice care, I stayed everyday she passed May 5/2022 in her sleep and I’m beating myself up everyday, wondering did I do the right thing, I’m just lost and broken without my sweet mama.I ALSO KNOWED YOU AND SHERRY FROM LIVING AT Talbert pointe apartments while y’all were building your house, she was such a great and wonderful lady.... Collapse
Judy Roberts Judy Roberts from Davidson wrote on July 17, 2022 at 11:27 am
My Mama, Alice Carlisle, died just a few weeks before Sheri and my world is not as bright anymore. It’s like something changed immediately when I stepped out of hospice that day. Bob -you and Sheri ministered my daughters wedding and my sisters and I know you would have preached at my Mamas funeral but Sheri was in ICU at the time. Thank you for sharing what so many of us feel but cannot express the way you can 🙌 I will always remember Sheri as sweet, giving, nurturing and strong - she was the kind of woman who truly “made a difference” - MAD Keep on Making a Difference Bob🙌 Judy Carlisle Roberts 7/17/2022
My Mama, Alice Carlisle, died just a few weeks before Sheri and my world is not as bright anymore. It’s like something changed immediately when I stepped out of hospice that day.
Bob -you and Sheri ministered my daughters wedding and my sisters and I know you would have preached at my Mamas funeral but Sheri was in ICU at the time. Thank you for sharing what so many of us feel but cannot express the way you can 🙌 I will always remember Sheri as sweet, giving, nurturing and strong - she was the kind of woman who truly “made a difference” - MAD
Keep on Making a Difference Bob🙌
Judy Carlisle Roberts
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