4 edition of On the death of a child found in the catalog.
On the death of a child
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||BF575.G7 H55 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||133|
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By Greg Harvey. Experiencing the death of a parent is traumatic at any age, but it’s particularly harrowing for young children. With the death of a parent, young children are deprived not only of the guidance and love that that parent would have provided as the children grew up but also the sense of security that the parent’s ongoing presence in the home would have bestowed.
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The book-let, ‘Death of a Little Child,’ was given to us by a. Why this book The death of a baby, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal loss, or the death of an older child, is the worst experience a parent can endure. I work with people who are dying and their loved ones and this little book is brilliant and very helpful whether it is for a child or an adult.
I first used this book over 30 years ago to try and explain to my 4 year old daughter that her grandad had died and its a really good way of explaining death in a way that a child can understand without /5(). Naked in Death was the first of J.D. Robb’s “In Death” series, published in It wasn’t much of a hit back then, though received acclaim from the Gothic Journal.
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Unlike the death of a parent or spouse, the loss of a child is often an unexpected and unnatural event that may require support from outside resources. Learning how to grieve the death of your adult child is a painful, but cathartic process.
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