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The Child You Expect By Amy Boukair
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This story is for parents, family, and/or caregivers of children with special needs. The main thrust of the story is the grieving process a parent goes through of the “normal” child they... More > expected, and the eventual process of acceptance of the child they have. I include personal insight into the various stages of grief, obstacles that will be faced, along with words of encouragement and hope for the future. It isn’t a one-time process, but a life-long challenge that needs to be overcome again and again. Many parents of special needs children feel alone, and afraid of the future. My story shows that their feelings are normal, and that they are not alone. The future is bright, albeit adjusted with circumstances, but bright just the same.< Less
So Your Child is Gay By Kathleen Edwards
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A mothers story. I wrote this book in order to help all those parents who have loved their children, nurtured them, coped with their moods, and dealt with the millions of problems which occur... More > naturally every week of normal family life, all the while trying not to let their own hopes and desires for its future overshadow the child's own inclinations, only to find those hopes dashed, and those dreams cast aside forever, and even their own love of the child questioned, when the child says "Mum, Dad, I'm Gay! I faced this trauma a few years ago, and I am now hoping this book can help other parents come through the experience, from the instant grieving and angry phase, through the confusion, to the final acceptance, no matter how long it takes. I have met other parents who came to terms with it in a few months; I took three years. Some people never get it in perspective.< Less
So Your Child Is Gay By Kathleen Edwards
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A mothers story. I wrote this book in order to help all those parents who have loved their children, nurtured them, coped with their moods, and dealt with the millions of problems which occur... More > naturally every week of normal family life, all the while trying not to let their own hopes and desires for its future overshadow the child's own inclinations, only to find those hopes dashed, and those dreams cast aside forever, and even their own love of the child questioned, when the child says "Mum, Dad, I'm Gay! I faced this trauma a few years ago, and I am now hoping this book can help other parents come through the experience, from the instant grieving and angry phase, through the confusion, to the final acceptance, no matter how long it takes. I have met other parents who came to terms with it in a few months; I took three years. Some people never get it in perspective.< Less
There is a Season... By Deborah Passero Streb
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Poems, Prose and Reflections of my journey after losing my son to cancer. Understanding and compassion for those parents who have lost children.
God Threw In a Bonus By Jeanine Scardina Kovalsky
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God Threw in a Bonus describes a mother's brush with death and how it led her daughter into a path of healing. It reveals the power of God's love after that daughter and her husband lose their first... More > child. Along the journey of grieving and healing, a deep family secret is revealed. And once again, lives are thrown out of kilter. But love and acceptance prevail, and the family triumphs by viewing the secret as a gift.< Less
... And Just What in Hell Is a Stage of Grief By Jackie Langetieg
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Ms. Langetieg shares through poems and journal entries her first weeks following the death of her 33 year old son. They talk of grief and self recrimination resulting in a slow process of getting... More > through the days.< Less
Loss of a Pet: A Ferret Tale By Timothy Smith
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The grieving process of a pet is just as real and painful which often goes unrecognized in today’s society. Often people downplay the loss of the pet to the loss of their loved one. There is... More > no difference. Sometimes the loss of a special animal is trivialized by others as insignificant, as if you don't have a legitimate right to grieve. This behavior applies to children and adults. It is my desire that this picture book will be used as a tool for adults to teach their children and themselves to coming to terms with that loss.< Less
Loss of a Pet: A Ferret Tale By Timothy Smith
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The grieving process of a pet is just as real and painful which often goes unrecognized in today’s society. Often people downplay the loss of the pet to the loss of their loved one. There is... More > no difference. Sometimes the loss of a special animal is trivialized by others as insignificant, as if you don't have a legitimate right to grieve. This behavior applies to children and adults. It is my desire that this picture book will be used as a tool for adults to teach their children and themselves to coming to terms with that loss.< Less
I'll Cry to Understand...a piece at a time By Karen Weis
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The author, Karen E. Weis, understands the devastating effects of losing a child. In March of 2006 she and her husband lost their son in a car accident. About six months after losing her son, she... More > started writing in hopes of helping other grieving parents. Finding strength in the words that were kept deep within her, she wanted to find her voice to support and connect with parents experiencing the grief of losing a child. Karen also wanted to make family and friends more aware of how difficult the journey is after losing a child so they could help the parents cope. Her hope is to inspire parents to endure and realize they will survive their loss and with time find peace.< Less
I'll Cry to Understand...a piece at a time By Karen Weis
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The author, Karen E. Weis, understands the devastating effects of losing a child. In March of 2006 she and her husband lost their son in a car accident. About six months after losing her son, she... More > started writing in hopes of helping other grieving parents. Finding strength in the words that were kept deep within her, she wanted to find her voice to support and connect with parents experiencing the grief of losing a child. Karen also wanted to make family and friends more aware of how difficult the journey is after losing a child so they could help the parents cope. Her hope is to inspire parents to endure and realize they will survive their loss and with time find peace.< Less