Let's Get A Grasp on Grief [NOOK Book]

Overview

Grief is a very puzzling process and not easily understood. Even most adults don't understand it, so how can we expect children to understand their feelings if their Mom or Dad dies.

"Let's Get A Grasp on Grief" begins to help older children (9 years +) to understand some of the confusing emotions they will be experiencing. Moreover, it gives parents a glimpse into what a child may be thinking and feeling. ...
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Let's Get A Grasp on Grief

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Overview

Grief is a very puzzling process and not easily understood. Even most adults don't understand it, so how can we expect children to understand their feelings if their Mom or Dad dies.

"Let's Get A Grasp on Grief" begins to help older children (9 years +) to understand some of the confusing emotions they will be experiencing. Moreover, it gives parents a glimpse into what a child may be thinking and feeling. Also includes tips for parents on how they can help a child deal with loss.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014253147
  • Publisher: www.LNGerst.com
  • Publication date: 3/23/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 318 KB

Meet the Author

A widow at 39 years of age, Ellen Gerst has traversed the roads of grief with her own children, both of whom are now grown and leading healthy and successful lives.

She is also the author of Suddenly Single, born from her own experiences as a young widow; 101 Tips and Thoughts on Coping with Grief, an easy-to-read reference guide filled with suggestions for everyday use on moving through the grief journey; and Love After Loss: Writing the Rest of Your Story, which is a blueprint on how to use Ellen’s successful method to redesign your life to include a new love connection after the loss of a partner.

Ellen is also the co-editor of Thin Threads of Grief and Renewal, which is an anthology of inspirational stories written by authors who experienced great loss and who went on to find tremendous personal renewal.

For information on her coaching services and to purchase her books, visit Ellen’s website at:
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