Recovering from the Loss of a Parent
The death of a parent is one of the most difficult times in a person's life. This book offers hope and understanding in coping with the loss. Through intimate discussions with sons and daughters who've lost a parent, Donnelly explores the many emotions that arise after a parent dies.
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PART ONE Experiences of Bereaved Adult Children
A Parent Dies
The Emotions of Grief
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