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Contents: ; Children's grief-why it's unique -- Companioning children through grief -- When a parent dies -- When a sibling dies -- When a grandparent dies -- When a pet dies -- When a friend or classmate dies -- When someone dies by suicide -- When someone dies by homicide or manslaughter -- When …
The author shares her tools for understanding how the dying convey their innermost knowledge and needs. Expanding on her workshops, she shows the importance of meaningful dialogue in helping patients to die with peace and dignity.
Michael Bortolotto's moving tale of learning to overcome the challenges of riding his tricycle as a toddler is not a book for children alone. Rather it is an insight into parenting, teaching, coaching, and any other life experience where we are called upon to raise children. Within this book is a l…
Parents of gifted students have often experienced the frustration of trying to get an appropriate education for their children. Teachers have equally experienced the frustration of trying to educate these students due to classroom demands. Over the past two decades, Callard-Szulgit has accumulated …
Review published in "Abreast in the West" vol. 9, no.3 Summer 2008
Every year, some two million parents in the US suffer the death of a son or daughter. The unnatural sequence of the child's preceding the parent in death creates a wrenching loss and overwhelming emotional and spiritual disorientation. Most of these bereaved parents find relief from their isolation…
A how-to handbook for teenaged girls on everything from body-loving confidence to being a star at school, finding your dream career, de-coding guys, having rockin' friendships, becoming a global citizen, and doing your part to change your world and the world around you.
Contents: The Medical Model -- The Psychological Models -- The Systems Models -- The Providers -- Talk Therapies: Modes, Models, Processes, and Outcomes -- Biological Treatments -- Legal and Ethical Issues: What You Should Expect as a Consumer -- Using Health Insurance to Pay for Mental Health Serv…
In a strangely heart-warming story, a duck strikes up an unlikely friendship with Death.
This book provides guidance on parenting your child from birth to age two. Topics include bonding, sleep, nutrition, the treatment of common illnessess, understanding baby's development, toilet training, breastfeeding and more.
Includes principles for helping children; a passage to be read with a child; guidelines for responding to questions that might arise from the read-along section; and a list of resources.
An insightful look into how kids see and interpret death, from with the loss of a parent to helping a grieving friend. ; For children aged 9-12.
A look into how kids see and interpret death, from the loss of a parent to helping a grieving friend. The kids bring death out into the open in a positive way. The taboo of death and the afterlife is explored through honest and at times playful conversations and animation. ; This documentary teache…
There is a gentle explanation of how everything and everyone dies. Talks about feelings that come when someone dies and what happens to the body. Includes a page for adults.
Living and dying ; Death does not exist ; Life, death, and life after death ; Death of a parent