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Always in My Heart: A Workbook for Grieving Children By Clementina Chery
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This workbook is a resource designed to help children (pre-school through teens) navigating the journey of sudden and violent death. It may also be useful for young people grieving less violent... More > losses;certain elements of grief are universal. Parents, teachers, clergy, counselors, and concerned friends and relatives all may find it valuable.< Less
Gone In A Flash: How To Cope While Grieving By Debbie Brown
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I could not stop reading this book. It is personal, inspiring and a trauma guide for homicide survivors. Our program will be giving out copies. - David Voth, Executive Director, Crime Victim Services... More > Author - Quality Victim Advocacy: A Field Guide "Gone in a Flash is exceptionally well written and gives the reader a firsthand account of the devastating impact of homicidel Ms. Brown offers practical coping skills and reminds us that as survivors we have to establish a "new normal" in our lives, and find new activities to help us refocus our thoughts and activities." - Dan Levey Executive Director National organization of Parents of Murdered Children< Less
Gone In a Flash: How to Cope While Grieving By Debbie Brown
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I could not stop reading this book. It is personal, inspiring and a trauma guide for homicide survivors. Our program will be giving out copies. - David Voth, Executive Director, Crime Victim Services... More > Author - Quality Victim Advocacy: A Field Guide "Gone in a Flash is exceptionally well written and gives the reader a firsthand account of the devastating impact of homicidel Ms. Brown offers practical coping skills and reminds us that as survivors we have to establish a "new normal" in our lives, and find new activities to help us refocus our thoughts and activities." - Dan Levey Executive Director National organization of Parents of Murdered Children< Less
Big Boys Do Cry - Help For Grieving Kids By Bob L Roberts
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A book written for children and young adults who are grieving the loss of a loved one, maybe even a parent. Written by someone that has been there and understands the emotions and challenges while... More > trying to navagate through this personal minefield.< Less
Big Boys Do Cry - Help For Grieving Kids By Bob L Roberts
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A book written for children and young adults who are grieving the loss of a loved one, maybe even a parent. Written by someone that has been there and understands the emotions and challenges while... More > trying to navagate through this personal minefield.< Less
Slippin' On the Lino By Jane Grieve
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A thoroughly enjoyable read for people of all ages and stages Slippin' on the Lino tells everyday tales of living to which we all relate. Jane Grieve writes about Sam, Louisa and Jock. Close your... More > eyes, change the names, and they will fit your current or past experiences. The Grieve domestic escapades took place in Australia; are household concerns similar the world over? It makes an interesting comparison. Slippin' on the Lino tells it as it is in Australia. In Slippin' on the Lino, Jane spills the beans on the truth behind the closed doors of parenting; doors which, for her, emitted all kinds of noises including laughter, crying, roars of frustration, squeals of delight and actually, quite an alarming variety of animal noises if truth be told; which it is, in Slippin’ on the Lino.< Less
Slippin' On the Lino By Jane Grieve
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A thoroughly enjoyable read for people of all ages and stages Slippin' on the Lino tells everyday tales of living to which we all relate. Jane Grieve writes about Sam, Louisa and Jock. Close your... More > eyes, change the names, and they will fit your current or past experiences. The Grieve domestic escapades took place in Australia; are household concerns similar the world over? It makes an interesting comparison. Slippin' on the Lino tells it as it is in Australia. In Slippin' on the Lino, Jane spills the beans on the truth behind the closed doors of parenting; doors which, for her, emitted all kinds of noises including laughter, crying, roars of frustration, squeals of delight and actually, quite an alarming variety of animal noises if truth be told; which it is, in Slippin’ on the Lino.< Less
Riding the Short Bus: A Parent's Joy-Ride with Autism By Laurel Duncan
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Riding the Short Bus honestly describes the heartbreak and humor (believe it or not) that comes with having an autistic child. Written by a human parent -- not a superhero -- for other overwhelmed... More > parents, it's about the parents' wild ride. This is the book that you might be able give to grandparents or friends and say, “This is what we’re going through.” Find out how other parents have accepted autism, become more confident, and learned to appreciate the unique experience of being an autistic child’s parent.< 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.
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