Saying Goodbye When You Don't Want To: Teens dealing with Loss

Saying Goodbye When You Don't Want To: Teens dealing with Loss

by Martha Bolton
     
 

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Terrorism striking home and violence in the schools highlights the real and present need that teenagers feel for help in handling losses. In these years when these young women and men are still developing their emotional lives, they feel grief powerfully and long for comfort and hope. They will find both here in the personal stories of teens sharing sensitively…  See more details below

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Terrorism striking home and violence in the schools highlights the real and present need that teenagers feel for help in handling losses. In these years when these young women and men are still developing their emotional lives, they feel grief powerfully and long for comfort and hope. They will find both here in the personal stories of teens sharing sensitively about their pain from deaths of parents, siblings and friends; runaways and suicides; divorce, broken relationships; losses that come from sin and failure and many other causes of grief. Martha Bolton, popular writer for teens, weaves the stories together with gentle advice and encouragement.



About the Author

Martha Bolton is the Cafeteria Lady for BRIO Magazine and the author of 70 books, including If the Pasta Wiggles, Don’t Eat It and Never Ask Delilah for a Trim.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781569552667
Publisher:
Gospel Light Publications
Publication date:
03/01/2002
Pages:
219
Product dimensions:
5.58(w) x 7.66(h) x 0.60(d)

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