Keeping Your Kids Afloat When It Feels Like You're Sinking

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Servant Publications, Oct 1, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 158 pages
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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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Contents

You Can Get Through the Storm
9
Be the Parent
17
Tell the Truth
21
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