Cards | Books

Grief Dialogues is proud to present a collection of select sympathy cards, gifts and books for the people in your life who are experiencing grief and loss. A portion of all proceeds from the sale of our items are donated to the Grief Dialogues to help us continue the healing work that we do.

Now Accepting Pre-Order Book Sales

Grief Dialogues: The Book, like it's predecessor Just a Little More Time, harnesses the power of words and images to combat grief.  Sometimes the stories are funny.  Sometimes hopeful.  Sometimes inspiring.  Always heartfelt, honest, and reflective as the 61 writers and artists move through their grief and remind us that in order to grieve we must first love.

Proceeds of this book are donated to People's Memorial Association,  providing funeral advocacy and education in Washington State since 1939, and to the Funeral Consumers Alliance, ensuring consumers are full prepared and protected when planning a funeral for themselves or loved ones across the country.

Special pre-publication rate:
$20 donation to Grief Dialogues.
Publication date: November 1, 2018

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Remembrance Sympathy Card


Remembrance grief, sympathy card.
With Respect and Remembrance.

Made exclusively for the Grief Dialogues.

Orders will be shipped within 3 to 5 business days.

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Forget Me Not Sympathy Card


Forget Me Not grief, sympathy card.

Love and Memories help heal a broken heart.

Made exclusively for the Grief Dialogues.

Orders will be shipped within 3 to 5 business days.


Broken Heart Sympathy Card


Broken heart, grief, sympathy cards, inspiration card.

Made exclusively for the Grief Dialogues.

Orders will be shipped within 3 to 5 business days.

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Stories of love, loss & grief

Just a Little More Time ~ Anthology on Love and Loss through Grief


Just a Little More Time is an inspiring and heartfelt anthology exploring love and loss. Over fifty authors write about their experience of losing a sense of place, innocence, marriage, health, child, parent, and other loved ones.


One thing we can do to help grieving people is to talk about the reality of grief. Sharing stories about what this is really like is our best vote for helping everybody. The best place I know to share your grief story is inside a #WritingYourGrief session:

Congrats @DrJAshton for having the courage to write such a relatable, humble, and educational book regarding suicide and the trauma it leaves in its wake.I’m honored & proud to contribute to a book that will have a strong positive effect in changing the culture of mental health.


Grief Dialogues is an educational and informational community and not meant to diagnose or act as medical treatment.
Professional support services based on life and grief coaching practices for moving forward after loss may be offered.
If you are experiencing serious suicidal thoughts that you cannot control, please stop now and telephone 911 or call
the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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