Stepparenting the Grieving Child: Cultivating Past and Present Connections with Children Who Have Lost a Parent

Stepparenting the Grieving Child: Cultivating Past and Present Connections with Children Who Have Lost a Parent

by Diane Ingram Fromme

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Overview

In Stepparenting the Grieving Child, Diane Ingram Fromme shares the assumptions and presumptions, steps and missteps that occurred within her own stepfamily. Diane faced the key challenges any new stepparent to grieving children experiences, including helplessness to know how and when to offer comfort, awkwardness to identify the times and ways to memorialize the lost parent, and outsider blues—not only feeling uncomfortable in her own home but also in her own skin.

With personal examples, insights from other stepfamilies, and knowledge gained through experience and research, Diane provides information relevant to anyone who supports grieving children. Diane’s straightforward approach will help you:

  • Gain a more relaxed mindset toward stepparenting through grief
  • Learn meaningful ways to include and memorialize the lost parent
  • Help the natural parent claim his or her role in the grieving family

In Stepparenting the Grieving Child you’ll find hope, strength, and inspiration for the journey ahead, no matter where you are now.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781939919472
Publisher: Merry Dissonance Press
Publication date: 03/06/2017
Pages: 280
Sales rank: 559,936
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

A writer since childhood, Diane Ingram Fromme's experience spans her Stanford University communication degree, training and facilitation work, articles and essays. A native New Yorker, Diane now writes from her cozy home in Colorado, where she lives with her husband,
teen daughter, and a spunky canine. Diane is fortunate to see and keep in touch with her adult stepchildren.

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