Grief Literature

Healing Grief—7th edition - Updated 2013
Amy Hillyard Jensen
24 pages

This famous booklet, first published in 1980, has sold over four million copies, and continues to be the preferred handout in many situations. 

Accurate attention to detail satisfies professional care givers, while the author connects with the bereaved by showing that her own experiences closely relate to their grief.  The reader soon realizes that the author has “been there” and knows what he or she is going through. 

First inspired by the research and teaching of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, the booklet puts her principles in a succinct and readable form.  The organization into 16 sections allows the reader to choose any or all of an amazing scope of subjects.  This makes it an easy-to-read as well as a relevant and helpful guide.

Many bereavement books and booklets are available from various sources.  All offer some help.  But what about cost?  This booklet is produced in a low-cost format with large printings so that it can be offered at low bulk rates.  Hospitals, hospices, funeral homes, and others can fit this booklet into their budgets. Check out the incredibly low prices.

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ENHANCE CARE

Samples of all booklets available
Minimum order of 10


Care Specialists please call 425-222-0844,

Fax 425-222-0845, or email medicpublishing@msn.com

SAVE TIME

SAVE MONEY

ENHANCE CARE

Samples of all booklets available
Minimum order of 10


Care Specialists please call 425-222-0844,

Fax 425-222-0845, or email medicpublishing@msn.com

Loss —2nd Edition - Updated 2011
How Children and Teenagers Can Cope With Death and Other Kinds of Loss
Patricia L. Papenbrock, R.N., and
Robert F. Voss, M.A., Q.M.R.P.
12 pages. 

When a child or teenager experiences the grief that comes from the death of a parent, relative, or friend, they have special needs that may not be well understood or met.  This booklet will help with understanding and meeting those needs.  It also addresses psycho-social loss, such as the divorce of a parent, death of a pet, the loss of a romantic relationship.

The booklet begins with Basic Ideas, eight first principles that apply to children and young people in general.  Suggestions are then given for explaining terminal illness and death, preparing for a coming death, and dealing with sudden and unexpected death.  The funeral or memorial service brings several issues, which are also discussed.

The text is then organized according to age—the baby, the preschool child, the grade-school child, and the teenager.

The teenager section departs from the usual format—it is addressed directly to teenagers.  It is so potent and on point, that many customers buy the booklet just for the value of this section.

The booklet closes with sections on  Warning Signs of Abnormal Grief, Adjustment, and Support.

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Samples of all booklets available
Minimum order of 10


Care Specialists please call 425-222-0844,

Fax 425-222-0845, or email medicpublishing@msn.com

Popular and informative booklets for hospitals, hospices, funeral homes, support groups and other care givers.

SAVE TIME

SAVE MONEY

ENHANCE CARE

Samples of all booklets available
Minimum order of 10


Care Specialists please call 425-222-0844,

Fax 425-222-0845, or email medicpublishing@msn.com

Curando El Pasar-2nd Edition of Healing Grief Translated - Updated 2011
Amy Hillyard Jensen
24 pages

This famous booklet, first published in 1980, has sold four million copies, and continues to be the preferred handout in many situations. 

Accurate attention to detail satisfies professional care givers, while the author connects with the bereaved by showing that her own experiences closely relate to their grief.  The reader soon realizes that the author has “been there” and knows what he or she is going through. 

First inspired by the research and teaching of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, the booklet puts her principles in a succinct and readable form. The organization into 16 sections allows the reader to choose any or all of an amazing scope of subjects.  This makes it an easy-to-read as well as a relevant and helpful guide.

Many bereavement books and booklets are available from various sources.  All offer some help.  But what about cost?  This booklet is produced in a low-cost format so that it can be offered at low bulk rates.  Hospitals, hospices, funeral homes, and others can fit this booklet into their budgets. Check out the incredibly low prices.

A Better Ending - Suggestions for Caregivers

-Updated 2011
James deMaine, M.D. and Murray A. Swanson, B.S.
12 pages

 Caregivers for the seriously ill are thrust into a role for which they are unprepared.  This booklet gives them the information and advice they need.  The professional who counsels them with this booklet in hand becomes more efficient and effective.  Communication quickly steps up to a higher plain.

The content is amazingly thorough, as these twelve topics suggest:
Caregiving    Appointing an Agent    Living Will    

Terminal But Not Imminent   Hospice Care    Care Before Hospice
Needs of the Dying    Taking Care of Yourself    Easing the Sadness   Final Times    When a Loved One Dies     Resources


This coverage is not available in any other publication of which we are aware, certainly not in anything in this price range.  Our low bulk rates will fit your budget.

The style emphasizes easy reading.  Topics are limited to one or two pages. There is attention to accuracy of detail, for which Dr. deMaine is responsible.  A retired professor of medicine, he now devotes himself to his passion, that of educating caregivers and others in end-of-life issues.  The text was very carefully constructed.

This booklet is a tool like no other.  Use it with confidence to greatly enhance communication.