If you’ve lost a sibling, you feel sad, confused, or even angry. For the first time, a psychotherapist specializing in teen and adolescent bereavement offers a compassionate guide to help you discover your unique coping style, deal with overwhelming emotions, and find constructive ways to manage this profound loss so you can move forward in a meaningful and healthy way.
Addresses loss from the perspective of the heart. Discusses young people's experiences with loss and helps them figure out ways to continue functioning after loss.
Life is Like the Wind introduces the concept of death to young readers by likening life to the ever-moving wind. This story explains feelings children may experience when a loved one’s life goes away & offers suggestions for coping. Beautiful illustrations of animals enjoying, missing, comforting, and honoring one another are great springboards for starting conversations on this sensitive topic. Ages 4–7
When a loved one dies, it can be hard to know how to explain it to a young child, particularly if you are grieving the loss yourself.
Sensitively written and gently illustrated, Something Very Sad Happened explains death in developmentally appropriate terms for young children. It reassures the child that it is okay to feel sad, and that love never dies.
Includes a Note to Parents and Caregivers with more information about how to talk about death, answer your child’s questions, and maintain your connection throughout the grieving process.
Age Range: 2 – 7 years
Grade Level: Preschool – 2
A classic, The Next Place brings gentle verse revealing a safe and welcome destination free from earthly hurts and filled with wonder and peace. A comforting message of hope and a gift of compassion for the bereaved. Also available in Spanish hardcover edition, El Proximo Lugar.