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The Grieving Child

H. Fitzgerald, 1992, 190 pgs.

Death shatters the seemingly secure world of childhood. With this book, caring adults can make it whole again. Parents of preschoolers to teens will find guidance covering visiting the dying, handling difficult situations such as murder and suicide, deciding whether a child should attend a funeral and helping them adjust to a new life.

The Grieving Teen

H. Fitzgerald, 2000,. 200 pgs.

A death is difficult to handle at any age. In thins unique and compassionate guide, attention is turned to the special needs of adolescents struggling with loss and gives them the tools they need to work through their pain and grief. Addressed are the emotions they will experience, family changes, problems at school, and the courage to move forward with one's own life.

Guiding Your Child Through Grief

J. And M. Enswiler, 2000, 270 pgs.

Caring, compassionate guide offering advice during difficult days to help a child grieve the death of a parent or sibling.

Helping People with Developmental Disabilities Mourn

By Marc A. Markell, Ph.D., 2005, 83 pgs.

How to help people with developmental disabilities understand death and how to explore their feelings of grief and express them in helpful, healing ways.

The Orphaned Adult

Alexander Levy, 1999, 190 pgs.

Understanding and coping with grief and change after the death of our parents.