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2 edition of Losing a Child found in the catalog.

Losing a Child

Elaine Storkey

Losing a Child

by Elaine Storkey

  • 397 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Lion Hudson Plc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coping with death & bereavement

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9885077M
    ISBN 100745915302
    ISBN 109780745915302

    Where are You? A Child’s Book About Loss, written by Laura Olivieri and illustrated by Kristin Elder Keywords: Sudden loss, questions, memory Purchase: Canada and U.S.A. A young boy loses someone he loves, and wherever he looks that person is gone. He wonders where his loved one has gone, sad that he can’t see or hear this person anymore. Many loss survivors have found reading to be a helpful part of their healing journey. Here you will find books for adults, teens and children, as well as books that address a specific loss, such as loss of a child, spouse or sibling. Because loss by suicide is often traumatic, we also offer books .

      Topical children’s books can offer great opportunities for conversing with your child about his/her feelings in a casual, non-intimidating manner. I’ve compiled a list of books I believe are beneficial for helping children cope with the loss of a loved . a child, reinforce a sense of normalcy and security, and connect with them, all of which are important to recovery from a traumatic experience. Following is a list of books that are recommended by grief and crisis experts working with children. Parents and caregivers who want to find other books should look for books that address children’s grief.

    Therefore, mothers are more susceptible to depression after the loss of an infant. Fathers often feel a sense of disappointment, failure, and resentment. The paternal bond is traditionally one of future dreams and expectations. The loss is a blow to these hopes and dreams, or even to his ego.   Called a book of solace, I Wasn’t Ready to Say Goodbye is like a companion to walk you through your grief after unimaginable loss—the kind of book you can turn to again and s Brook Noel and Pamela Blair, PhD., write about unique circumstances of loss such as suicide and homicide, as well as different grieving styles and myths and misunderstandings about : Sandra Bilbray.


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Losing a Child by Elaine Storkey Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book was written by Ellen Mitchell, who has a regular weekend column in Newsday, together with a group of nine mothers who each have lost a child: Carol Barkin, Audrey Cohen, Lorenza Colletti, Barbara Eisenberg, Barbara Goldstein, Madelaine Perri Kasden, Phyllis Levine, Ariella Long, and Rita Volpe/5().

Shattered: Surviving the Loss of a Child was written to help. Bestselling author, hospice chaplain, and grief specialist Gary Roe uses his three decades of experience interacting with grieving parents to give us this heartfelt, easy-to-read, and intensely practical book/5().

Beyond Tears: Living After Losing a Child – written by nine mothers A Bereaved Father by Steve Younis When the Bough Breaks – Author Judith R. Bernstein, Ph.D. Books for Grief of Pregnancy & Infant Loss Empty Arms. A profoundly warm and compassionate book, this is one which many readers wish Empty Cradle, Broken Heart.

This book helps grieving parents feel less alone in the heavy burden A Guide for Fathers: When a Baby Dies. This pocket-sized. The Voice of an Angel: A Mother's guide to grief and how to thrive after the loss of a child by. Written after the death of the author's own child, Surviving the Loss of a Child offers you compassionate encouragement born from deep sorrow.

Hurting parents will find this book a source of comfort, while concerned friends, counselors, pastors, and caregivers will find it a perfect gift for the bereaved. Its short chapters offer no pat answers - just words of healing and proven coping 5/5(1).

Written by Sarah Rickerd Losing a child may be one of the most difficult challenges in the world, but it isn’t one that families have to go through alone. In addition to seeking support from groups, therapists and other resources, any of the following books can provide the parents you serve with a much-needed sense of comfort and community.

Todd Parr, one of our family’s favorite picture book authors, wrote and illustrated this book on grief and loss without mentioning the word “death.” Because this story is told through the voice of a fish, it might be the perfect way for young children to relate to losing someone.

Say, a parent who moves across the country during a divorce. The seven titles on this list can also offer support and comfort to children experiencing the overwhelming emotions of losing someone in their own life. In his signature simple style, Todd Parr explores the range of emotions and responses when we experience loss in The Goodbye Book.

This book was written by Ms. Fumia as she belatedly mourned the loss of her first-born son. A compassionate, soothing book which helps the grieving hold fast to the memory of their loved one while passing through anger, confusion, guilt and loneliness to acceptance and transformation.

Recommended for later on in the grief process. Losing a Child Hope filled books and resources offering comfort and strength to those grieving the death of a child. 5 Books To Read When Coping With the Loss of a Child.

Blue Nights by Joan Didion. The Didion masterwork is often seen as The Year of Magical Thinking, but this memoir is equally affecting. Didion’s daughter passed away not long after her husband.

“Child Loss: The Heartbreak and the Hope” by Clara Hinton. This book was and still is my biggest help (second only to the Bible) since losing my beloved daughter three years ago. Losing a child is the loneliest, most desolate journey a person can take, and the only people who can come close to appreciating it are those who share the experience.

The support group was part of a larger organization solely dedicated to providing support for those who have lost children. Losing a child can be a traumatic event for the parents. Finding the right words are not easy.

While nothing you may say can remove the pain away from the individuals, be sure to relay a message of strength, courage, and love. Speaking from the heart is always the best road. Start the message with dear and sign with love or our deepest sympathy. Ages 8 to Friend loss. Parent loss. Sibling loss.

Grandparent loss. Pet loss. Most of the links from the book titles below will lead you towhere you can learn more about the book, read reviews about it, and order it if you'd of these books can be purchased through other book sellers, as well, or found at your local library.

The book is a memoir from a man who lost his 2-year-old daughter to the most pointless and random accident—and that’s only the beginning. If you can inch your way past this horrific tragedy, you eventually make your way into a gorgeously written. The book, Surviving My First Year of Child Loss: Personal Stories from Grieving Parents, includes twenty-six heart-wrenchingly honest essays by parents who convey their personal challenges and the ways they coped during the first twelve months after losing a child.

Surviving My First Year of Child Loss Personal Stories from Grieving Parents. An Open Letter To Parents Who Have Lost A Child. Healing is not on a timetable. By If you’re reading this, it’s likely you’ve lost a child or been affected by the loss of a child.

You’re now discovering grieving this loss is the hardest thing you’ve ever : Sandy Peckinpah. How the death of a child affects a marriage Studies have shown that the death and loss of a child will not necessarily strengthen a marriage, and in fact the grief can sometimes lead to its demise.

Each partner becomes deeply involved in his or her own grief and is often dissatisfied with the quality or depth of their spouse’s grief. Beyond Tears: Living After Losing a Child – written by nine mothers Meant to comfort and give direction to bereaved parents, Beyond Tears is written by nine mothers who have each lost a child.

This revised edition includes a new chapter written from the perspective of surviving siblings.Death of a Child in Fiction Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

Told from the perspective of the pet, the book helps owners work through the emotions of losing a beloved animal companion. A child can help add pictures of their pet, as well as their collar tags, so that they will have a special book to revisit in the coming years when they want to remember their furry family member.

(Ages 5 & up).