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Death and Grief: Teen Health A Teen Website from Nemours: A Children’s Health Care System

Short articles offer answers to common grieving questions about grief including types of grief, what to expect, physical and emotional reactions, and different ways of grieving, coping, taking care of you and getting help from others. Browse or listen in English or Spanish and learn how other real teens have dealt with grief.

I Will Remember
By Laura Dower

An inspirational and accessible guide to coping with loss includes personal stories of death and life from real teens, advice from a renowned grief counselor, and dozens of hands-on, creative exercises to help teens move through their pain.

Help for the Hard Times
By Earl Hipp

This book addresses loss and discusses young people’s experiences to help you provide students with tools to grieve and ways to keep their losses from becoming too overwhelming.

Healing Your Grieving Heart for Teens: 100 Practical Ideas
By Alan D. Wolfelt

With sensitivity and insight, this series offers suggestions for healing activities that can help survivors learn to express their grief and mourn naturally. Acknowledging that death is a painful, ongoing part of life, they explain how people need to slow down, turn inward, embrace their feelings of loss, and seek and accept support when a loved one dies.

Straight Talk About Death for Teenagers: How to Cope With Losing Someone You Love
By Earl Grollman

If you are a teenager whose friend or relative has died, this book was written for you. Earl A. Grollman, the award-winning author of Living When a Loved One Has Died, explains what to expect when you lose someone you love.