Hospice of Southern Kentucky can help you learn to process the feelings of grief. With support, you can find meaning in your grief journey.
Grief follows no standard path or time frame, and there’s no “right” way to experience it. Grief can affect you emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually.
The resources below can be a place to start if you are seeking information related to the grieving process for yourself, your friend, or a child. If you are having a difficult time grieving and would like to talk to someone about your options, please call us at 270-746-9300.
Books to Read
When Someone Dies: A Children’s Mindful How-To Guide on Grief and Loss
The Good Mourning: A Kid’s Support Guide for Grief and Mourning Death
- The Gift of Gerbert’s Feathers
- The Memory Box: A Book About Grief: Rowland, Joanna, Baker, Thea:
- The Rabbit Listened: Doerrfeld, Cori, Doerrfeld, Cori
Resilient Grieving: Finding Strength and Embracing Life After a Loss that Changes Everything
Bearing the Unbearable: Love, Loss, and the Heartbreaking Path of Grief
Welcome to the Grief Club: Because You Don’t Have to Go Through It Alone
Grief Day By Day: Simple Practices and Daily Guidance for Living with Loss
The “Good Grief” Support Group is free and open to the community, whether your loved one received hospice services or not. The group meets on the last Thursday of each month at the Bob Kirby Branch of the Warren County Library from 4-5 pm. Each month is a different topic and you don’t have to RSVP.