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A child’s death robs you of the ability to carry out your parenting role as you have . Surviving the death and loss of a child takes a dedication to life. Because a baby’s death seems so unnatural, there is an especially strong urge to blame someone.

A child’s death robs you of the ability to carry out your parenting role as you have imagined it, as it is supposed to be. You may feel an overwhelming sense of failure for no longer being able to care for and protect your child, duties that you expected to fulfill for many years. As a parent, you gave birth to life as a promise to the future. You may be very angry with your doctor, hospital or - if you are a believer - God.

This book will help children and adults understand the deep impact of loss and what it takes to begin to heal. A Child's Grief: Surviving the Death of a Parent is a unique book that offers insight and information for helping a grieving child. This book will help you and the child you care about understand the deep impact of loss and what it takes to begin healing.

Judy has published 2 books and numerous articles on grief and loss, and continues her commitment to the grieving community through .

Judy has published 2 books and numerous articles on grief and loss, and continues her commitment to the grieving community through personal mentoring and her writing. Currently, Judy launched her career in copywriting and blogging. Her blog focuses on senior lifestyles and the issues they face. Judy's copywriting expertise includes blog posts, articles and newsletters. Judy has a BA degree and her work background is in education and business. Interests include quilting, gardening and family activities.

Judy's second book, A Child's Grief Surviving the Death of a Parent was published in January 2010. Judy's volunteer work has included sewing for AZ Blankets for Kids and Grief Facilitator for New Song Center for Grieving Children, a program of Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix. This book explains the deep impact of loss felt by children, and gives insightful and practical guidance to adults so they may help a grieving child to heal. A Child's Grief is a Gold winner in Reader Views Book Awards for 2010, category ationships. Judy holds a BA degree and is a certified grief facilitator. More from Judy Strong.

Kids need their surviving parent . How To Talk About The Death With Your Child. Death is a challenging subject to discuss with anyone, let alone a child.

Kids need their surviving parent, caregivers or the other trusted adults in their lives to help them navigate the murky waters of grief. But sugarcoating it or avoiding the topic as a way to protect your kid can do more harm than good, experts say. Here’s how to handle it

The death of a parent often leads to other losses, too, such as having .

The death of a parent often leads to other losses, too, such as having to move, switch schools, or live with a different parent, like Fuchs experienced. Because the family’s financial situation may change if the deceased parent worked, teens may have to get a job to help support the family or watch younger siblings. If the parents were together at the time of death or maintained a strong bond after ending their relationship, the surviving parent may also be grieving deeply, which can impact their ability to support their children. To help build those structures, Wolfson tells surviving parents and guardians, don’t parent alone.

The death of a child is the most devastating loss. You mourn the loss of his or her life, potential and future. Some parents find the thought of returning to work unbearable while others prefer to throw themselves into the daily activity and challenges that work offers

The death of a child is the most devastating loss. Your life is forever changed. Some parents find the thought of returning to work unbearable while others prefer to throw themselves into the daily activity and challenges that work offers. Find out what the bereavement policy is at your workplace before making your decision. Some companies also offer employees paid personal days or the opportunity to take an unpaid leave. Don't allow fear of letting your company down force you to return to work before you're ready.

Using extensive case examples throughout, Healing Children's Grief: Surviving a Parent's Death from .

Using extensive case examples throughout, Healing Children's Grief: Surviving a Parent's Death from Cancer provides a detailed examination of how children and adolescents cope with this loss. Covering a critical 20 month period, from 6 months before to 14 months after the death of a parent, Christ reports that a majority of the children successfully adapted to the loss during the subsequent months after the death. The book is divided into two major sections. The first summarizes the theoretical background and methodology

Using extensive case examplesthroughout, Healing Children's Grief: Surviving a Parent's Death from .

Using extensive case examplesthroughout, Healing Children's Grief: Surviving a Parent's Death from Cancer provides a detailed examination of how children and adolescents cope with this loss. Covering a critical 20 month period, from 6 months before to 14 months after the death of a parent, Christ reports that a majority of thechildren successfully adapted to the loss during the subsequent months after the death. The first summarizes the theoretical background and methodology

This book will help children and adults understand the deep impact of loss and what it takes to begin to heal. A Child's Grief: Surviving the Death of a Parent is a unique book that offers insight and information for helping a grieving child. This book will help you and the child you care about to manage their sorrow and begin to move forward.
A Child's Grief: Surviving the Death of a Parent download epub
Death & Grief
Author: Judy Strong
ISBN: 1592983081
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Death & Grief
Language: English
Publisher: Bookhouse (January 1, 2010)
Pages: 80 pages