100 Practical Ideas
Simple advice and activities for children after a death
By Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
Someone you love has died. This is probably a very sad and very hard time for you. The painful thoughts and feelings you have inside you are called grief. You need to let those thoughts and feelings out. Letting our your grief is called mourning. This book will help you mourn in ways that feel comfortable for you. This book will help you feel better and live a happy, full life again.
With sensitivity and insight, this series offers suggestions for healing activities that can help survivors learn to express their grief and mourn naturally. Acknowledging that death is a painful, ongoing part of life, they explain how people need to slow down, turn inward, embrace their feelings of loss, and seek and accept support when a loved one dies. Each book, geared for mourning adults, teens, or children, provides ideas and action-oriented tips that teach the basic principles of grief and healing. These ideas and activities are aimed at reducing the confusion, anxiety, and huge personal void so that the living can begin their lives again. Included in the books for teens and kids are age-appropriate activities that teach younger people that their thoughts are not only normal but necessary.
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