• Title: Parenting a Grieving Child: Helping Children Find Faith, Hope and Healing after the Loss of a Loved One
  • Author: Mary DeTurris Poust
  • Released: 2002-03-01
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 240
  • ISBN: 0829415270
  • ISBN13: 978-0829415278
  • ASIN: 0829415270
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Hope, help, and healing for grieving children.

My grandfather's death was a mystery to me.  One day he was there...the next day he was gone. All I knew was that now when I knelt down to say my prayers before bed, I asked God to bless Grandpa in heaven.  But heaven can be a pretty hard concept to grasp, especially when you are five years old. I didn't know where heaven was or what it meant to go there.

In this practical, faith-based guide for parents of grieving children, DeTurris Poust seeks to help parents deal with the mystery and confusion surrounding death and grief.  Threough the wisdom of seasoned parents and advice from professionals, DeTurris Poust offers strategies for leading children successfully through the grieveing process toward healing and happiness.

"...a breath of fresh air in the genre of grief and grieving.  This is a work that grasps the reader's attention from the get-go and never lets up." --Ron Wooten-Green, author, When the Dying Speak

"One of the most informative working tools for parents who are struggling to help their child cope with grief. I highly recommend it as a practical 'how-to' guide for bereaved families as well as professionals working in this field." --Susan P. Cox, executive director, For the Love of Christi, Inc.


 

Hope, help, and healing for grieving children.

My grandfather's death was a mystery to me.  One day he was there...the next day he was gone. All I knew was that now when I knelt down to say my prayers before bed, I asked God to bless Grandpa in heaven.  But heaven can be a pretty hard concept to grasp, especially when you are five years old. I didn't know where heaven was or what it meant to go there.

In this practical, faith-based guide for parents of grieving children, DeTurris Poust seeks to help parents deal with the mystery and confusion surrounding death and grief.  Threough the wisdom of seasoned parents and advice from professionals, DeTurris Poust offers strategies for leading children successfully through the grieveing process toward healing and happiness.

"...a breath of fresh air in the genre of grief and grieving.  This is a work that grasps the reader's attention from the get-go and never lets up." --Ron Wooten-Green, author, When the Dying Speak

"One of the most informative working tools for parents who are struggling to help their child cope with grief. I highly recommend it as a practical 'how-to' guide for bereaved families as well as professionals working in this field." --Susan P. Cox, executive director, For the Love of Christi, Inc.




About the Author Mary DeTurris Poust is an award-winning freelance writer and columnist with eighteen years experience. Her writing focuses on family life issues and has been widely published in national media. She lives with her husband and children in upstate New York.

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