A Child's Parent Dies: Studies in Childhood Bereavement
This study of twenty-three children who suffered the death of a parent during childhood seeks to understand the psychological impact of bereavement on the young and to offer concrete suggestions for helping children cope with their loss.
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Addie Addie's adolescent adults affect aggression amnesia analysis analyst's report anger Anna Freud anxiety aspects baby became behavior bereaved children bodily Bowlby castration anxiety cathected cathexis child childhood clinical concept of death conflicts cope daddy Dan's Danny dead parent decathexis defenses denial depression depressive period developmental difficulty discussion earlier ego functions emotional experience factors father father's death fear feelings felt Freud Geraldine grandmother Hank hospital iden identification illness interference introjection ject Kathy latency later lost love object loved person Lucy Lucy's magical thinking mastectomy masturbation memories mental months mourning process Nagera need fulfillment nursery school object loss object relationships object representation oedipal oedipal conflicts pain parent's death pathological patients period phase Pollock R. A. Furman reactions reality regression rela sadness Sally showed stress super ego surviving love surviving parent symptoms tion toddler treatment understanding Winnicott Wolfenstein young