Diary of a Bereaved Mother

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Ann Kit Suet Chin, 2011 - Bereavement - 164 pages
"This is a real life story of losing one's only son. This experience has made the author strong and caring. This tragedy has been a great help for her to help understand other bereaved people. The author is very brave to write this book. It has not been easy and she aims to touch, comfort, uplift and console grieving mums and dads ... The author also writes this book for caregivers, doctors and anyone who loves reading memoirs and personal stories. The author writes suggestions to help in grief and offers references of where to seek other help. Finally, she writes of the struggles of being a Christian and how God had helped her through."--Back cover.

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Dr Simon Rowley is a consultant at Starship Children's Hospital who's been given a copy of the book.
"It is a good reminder to all health professionals that when our patients leave us, the story does
not end for the parents. The detail is amazing, and every little thought and action seems to have been recorded as it happened, and then has been reflected upon.
"For parents undergoing similar experiences this book could be a great comfort. For health professionals, I would see it as essential reading."

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