Teleah is a self-published author of 5 books dealing with grief and loss. She is blessed to combine her gifts by writing books that promote messages of faith, hope, healing, and inspiration.
FREE TO GRIEVE: A MOTHER'S MEMOIR IN BLACK & WHITE
A powerful and compelling narrative about a mother whose life begins to quickly unravel when her 16 year old son, a high school football player, is found lifeless in his bed. After a harrowing plunge into the depths of despair and grief, she resurfaces with a greater sense of purpose to help spread awareness about the number one threat to young athletes. Intertwined with personal excerpts from her journal she began weeks after her son’s death, this moving memoir offers a chronicle of her emotional devastation and unspeakable pain to how she moved forward through the gravity of her loss towards acceptance, wholeness, and renewed strength.
When a relative dies, children are often left with feelings of grief and loss. 'Brother' is a heartwarming story told straight from the heart by a little boy named Jackson who finds ways to remember and honor his older brother who died. Written to and for any child who has lost a sibling, the book offers comfort and some reassurance that it's okay to hold onto the precious memories of their loved one.
DADDY, WHY DID GRANDMA LEAVE
When her grandmother dies, a young girl is full of questions as she tries to cope with her emotions and sense of loss. How will life be, now that her Grandmother is gone? Written with love, care and compassion, this book encourages healthy dialogue between adults and children so that the mystery and fear of moving on after a loved has died can be replaced with feelings of comfort and hope. This book offers a special message for fathers who are encouraged to play a more active role in the grieving and bereavement process. A father's caring and supportive role makes all the difference for a child who is grieving.
LOU, THE GRIEF DOG
A beautiful friendship story between a child and dog. Meet Willie and his faithful dog, Lou. Lou thinks Willie is the absolute best pal- and that it's his job to cheer him up when Willie feels sad about his Dad dying. The colorful rhyming narrative and vibrant illustrations depict the unfolding bond of trust and affection as seen through the eyes of a loving pet. Encourages pet adoption!
G IS FOR GRIEF: THE ABC'S OF COPING WITH LOSS
Explores ways children can express and develop their coping skills after experiencing the death of a family member, friend, or even a pet. Using colorful illustrations, this book will motivate children to discuss their feelings and practice healthy, fun, and age-appropriate coping strategies. To help expand your child’s natural capacity, the book includes positive self-talk, builds emotional resilience, and fosters well-being.