The loss that is forever: the lifelong impact of the early death of a mother or father
Who one becomes, how one loves, how one parents, and what one believes about the world are all shaped by the experience of a parent's early death. For anyone who has survived the early loss of a parent--as well as for those with a spouse, friend, or lover who has lost a parent in childhood--this moving and powerful book is an important guide to discovery and understanding. Written by a clinical psychologist who has penned three other books.
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The Language of Loss
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