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Brings together articles from 14 writers (teachers, medical professionals, clergy, and counsellors) to address topics, such as terminal illness, death education in schools, responses among different faiths and ethnic groups, and the use of film and drama to teach about death.
Examines, in simple text, how to deal with feelings of grief when people or pets die, or when friends move away
This is intended as a guide for parents seeking to explain the death of a parent, relative, friend, or even a pet to a child. Suggestions are given for dealing with emotional responses and helping in the child's adjustment to a new life.
What to expect from different ages of grieving young people, and how to provide safe outlets for children to express emotion.
This booklet explains how to support children and what to expect from children as they grieve.