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Hey guys, my mom's health is declining rapidly and I would like to start gathering some resources for myself.  I am overwhelmed by the number of books you can find online.  Can anyome recommend a few good one's for help with grief after death, or anticipatory grief?

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I so understand where you are coming from.  I am so sorry about your mom's declining health. Sometimes short articles or grief pamphlets are better than books. 

I would go to Barbara Karnes, RN to read her booklets. They are short reads and filled with solid information.

I also would go to Marty’s griefhealingblog and click on: click to choose a label (an alphabetical listing). This site has solid information that will limit your need to shuffle through the Internet that may or may not have what you are looking for.

See also the Grief Bibliography in this thread right above your post. 

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Thank you for your contribution to the book, Maryann.  Your article is on my 'To Read List" and I know you understand this ~ so many books and articles to read. 

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