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In this candid and perceptive account, Maureen Ardell describes her day-to-day struggle to overcome her illness, the temptation to remain in her isolated anorexic world, and her gradual willingness to eat and to become a normal teenager. ; Maureen's mother tells her story as well, describing her fe…
This illustrated book is about
a boy who is receiving treatment for encopresis, or soiling. Helps children understand the causes and cure. Includes note to parents from clinical psychologist.
Contains hand printed letters for children. Each letter describes a different aspect of grief.
Strong tells what it was like to watch her husband become increasingly debilitated by multiple sclerosis, to deal with the financial burden of illness, to realize that their and their children's futures were changed forever. The personal accounts are interspersed with practical advice about dealing…
A practical format for allowing children to understand the concept of death and develop coping skills for life.
All children experience fears, and all caring parents are anxious to help their children overcome their fright and feel better. This book gives grown-ups a way to help their children, and children a way to help themselves.
As Freddie experiences the changing seasons along with his companion leaves, he learns that death is part of life.