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The art of leading a normal life, while undergoing infertility treatment.

by Melanie Dillon - A Centering Corporation Resource

Melanie writes from her own personal experiences with infertility. Talks openly and honestly, and with much humor about the ups and downs of infertility treatment.

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by Helen Landalf - A Centering Corporation Resource

A young girl feels resentful when her father buys a new car and starts to date, even though her mother has been dead for more than a year.

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Grunt
Grunt

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GRUC

by Suzanne Schlossberg Tamberrino - A Centering Corporation Resource

Grunt is a beloved family dog whose age and illness has taken away his quality of life. "He's not going to get better. Grunt is sixteen years old. He's given us a lot of good years. Now it's our turn to do something good for him." The family makes a decision to end his suffering. The vet gives Grunt a shot that ends his life quickly and painlessly. Afterwards, the family plans a special goodbye.

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A coloring book to tell you about your hospital stay

A Centering Corporation Resource

for children

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by Margene Whitler Hucek - A Centering Corporation Resource

Death of a Grandmother for children ages 5-10

Megan hid under the lilac bush under Grandmother's bedroom window. Grandma knew she was there. She heard the grown-ups talking about Grandma being ill. After Grandma dies, Megan watches the doves build a new nest and she gathers lilacs to bring to the funeral.

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Para niños y niñas cuyo hermanito y hermanita murio antes de nacer

por Marilyn Gryte - un material de Centering Corporation

For siblings who have a brother or sister die before birth. This storybook talks about the different feelings children have and answers some of the most asked questions. Recently revised, includes a section for parents and grandparents.

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by Kathleen Maresh Hemery - A Centering Corporation Resource

A chapter book for children ages 8-12 who are experiencing the death of someone they know.

The morning sun and chirping birds fooled me into thinking it was another normal Saturday morning. But then that sick feeling came back, and I knew Davy would not go bike riding with me that day. I pulled the covers over my head trying to block out the reality the bright morning brought with it. Mama’s voice calling me for breakfast forced me to get out of bed. I took my time dressing and going downstairs. As I rounded the corner into the kitchen I heard Mama talking on the phone.

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by Elaine E. Stillwell - A Centering Corporation Resource

an activity book for kids

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Bereaved parents Dr. Doug and BJ Jensen have weathered the predictable and often unpredictable storms that happen after the death of children.

The good news they share is that it is possible to rise above the devastating flood of despair and navigate onto a tranquil sea of hope.

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by Carol Scibelli

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My life stopped on April 13, 2006. At 6:19 that evening Jimmy, my high school sweetheart and husband of 33 years, died of Burkitt' s Lymphoma. He was sick for barely a month, and had just turned 56. Our daughter and son were grown, and our little granddaughter was two. I worried, Am I going to end up being the grandma in the back seat of the car? But after some time, and a lot of bereavement therapy, I miraculously found myself eagerly anticipating my future more often than I lived in our past. Along the way, I wrote down the small moments that had a big impact on me. Some of them brought me solace, or, as I like to call it, grief relief. Others are moments that stayed with me because they each, somehow in their own way, captured the experience of widowhood. As a comedy writer, I'm wired to be funny, so there's plenty to chuckle about here. Humor is honest, laughing is healing. And though these incidents are from my life, of course, I've come to see that the essence of my story is very much every widow's story. This is what Jimmy said to me when he realized he wasn't going to live, This will be a life-changer for you. It'll be an adventure. Often I say to him in death what I rarely said to him in life, You were right, honey.

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