RECOMMEND READING FOR DADS

Dads often grieve differently than their female counterparts.  Most say they feel invisible, misunderstood, and unwanted. In turn, you try to handle the grief by yourself, possibly  fearful of being shamed while in a vulnerable condition. However, when you don't deal with the grief, you may never fully be able to move forward.

Below are some books and recommended reading just for Dads, most written by Loss Dads.  Some are even available in Audiobook versions, for those who are not "readers".

BEARING THE UNBEARABLE
COUPLE COMMUNICATION
After the Death of Your Baby
DIFFERENT KIND OF GRIEF
Tips for Men Going Through a Miscarriage
EXPECTING HOPE
Claiming Joy After Loss
FATHERS FEEL TOO
Coping with the Death of a Baby
FROM FATHER TO FATHER
FROM ONE GRIEVING DAD TO ANOTHER
Grief Associated with Father's Day
GRIEVING DADS
To the Brink and Back
GUIDE FOR FATHERS
When A Baby Dies
MISCARRIAGE
A Man's Book
THE WAY MEN HEAL
The Masculine Side of Healing
THEY CALL ME DAD
Things They Don't Tell You About Grief
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