Keeping Your Kids Afloat When It Feels Like You're Sinking
When children experience grief and loss, they need special help from their parents. Yet during such times as death, divorce, prolonged illness, parents may feel drained and ill-equipped to pay attention to their children's needs. In this sensitive and practical book, the author describes the kinds of "storms" that may upset their children's lives, presents "life-supports" parents can give to their grieving children, and offers parents "anchors" that can keep them steady.
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