by Mary Turner
The pain of bereavement for a child or young person is often compounded by the nature of the relationship they had with the person who has died, the circumstances of the death, and by practical worries about the present and the future. This workbook will help you to explain death and dying.
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This workbook is specifically designed for adults who are helping children who have suffered bereavement. The text is an effective medium for helping children and young people to communicate and understand the often painful and confusing thoughts and emotions that are provoked by the death of someone close to them. Presented in a format that can be read by both child and adult simultaneously, every page is illustrated with pictures that both hold the child's interest and facilitate communication. Beginning with an exploration of the concepts of death and dying, this workbook covers all aspects and stages of bereavement, from the initial pain of separation to the anger, fear and dreams that the child may experience; and concludes with sections on remembering and moving on.
When people and animals die
breathing and they stop thinking.
Their hearts stop beating and they
do not feel anything.
When things die, the special part we call 'life',
or 'soul', leaves the body.
It does not ever come back to the body.
The body is very quiet and peaceful and still.
162 pages; 8 1/2 X 11;soft bound
Part One: For the HelperPlease note before readingIntroductionHow to use this workbookThings to consider before you beginUseful references
Part Two: Workbook
- Dying and Death
- Saying Goodbue, and Thinking about funerals
- Talking about someone who has died
- Thoughts and Feelings
- Dreams and Worries
- Friends, Family, and School
- Going ON
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