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Posted March 12, 2001
The ideas in this book normalize the feelings and reactions of loss and grief for teens. Teens experiencing loss or death often feel different and alone--this book outlines some tools that many adults have not yet mastered. For adolescents, the language contained in this book is age-appropriate, and does not sound like 'therapy talk', which often causes kids to shut down and quit reading. I'm truly impressed. --a High School social services worker
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Posted January 3, 2013
My uncle killed himself last year so my parents bought me this book and I was skeptical about it actually getting better but it never does. If you are greiving the loss of someone close please dont just try and push others away, if you dont want to do it for yourself or your parents or whoever it is who it is thats greiving, do it for the people who you have lost. I kniw that everyone says that it will get better but truthfully it does'nt so let the therapists and the school councilers or your parents help, talk to them they miss hem tooWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 23, 2011
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