Recovering from the loss of a sibling

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Dodd, Mead, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 264 pages
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Describes the stages of grief, discusses the problems that faces parents, brothers, and sisters when a family member dies, and tells how to offer or find emotional support

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Recovering from the loss of a sibling

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The death of a loved one always involves pain. When that loved one is a brother or sister, the hurt and grief take a special form. When it is a child who loses a sibling, great sensitivity is required ... Read full review

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Introduction
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Chapter
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