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Looking for books about grieving

Specifically about the loss/illness of a parent/family member if possible. A lot of the common recommendations online are skewed Christian. Even good secular books are ok but I’d really appreciate any suggestions that tackle grief from a Jewish angle. Denomination doesn’t matter much if the content is good, but I was raised and still sort of loosely am Breslev so things from an orthodox/chasidic pov might be more relatable.

Honestly even articles, talks, etc are appreciated. Just feeling a bit lost.

Thanks in advance

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