Talking with a grieving child may put a parent at a loss for words. In this brief guide, Theresa Huntley leads parents through a child's grief process, including how to talk with children about death, how children grieve, what steps parents should take to help children work through their grief, and how parents can recognize the stages of grief throughout children's lives.
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Review 1 for When Your Child Loses a Loved One
Date:February 16, 2010
I purchased this book for guidance in dealing with my 15 year son and the death of his beloved Papa. This book was great for insight in how to help younger children, as well as older children and even into adulthood. It helped me to see where children's thought go in dealing with death and how to help them work through fear, anger, mood swings, or thoughts that somehow they caused the death. This book gave me understanding of how to approach the subject and to give reassurance in our discussions.