“Men and Grief” is an insightful and thought-provoking look at the problems men face as they experience the emotionally painful times of their lives.
I found this book vitally helpful in understanding the unexpected differences in the ways men grieve a loss–myself, as an example–but it also helped me powerfully in dealing with grieving male friends. It comes in chapters that allow selective reading. But it’s very well written, and once you start, you’ll want to go on. I strongly recommend this book.
This was one of the best non-religious books about grief I have read yet. I highly recommend it for those seeking to help a loved one who is grieving. It really expresses well what a grieving person feels like, and how to understand them. It gives helpful suggestions for how to support them.
It includes sections on different types of grief: loss of a child, loss of a spouse, suicide, accidental death, etc.
I will definitely consult this book again.