Parenting Children Who Have
Lost a Loved One E-book
When Tammy died of cancer at age 28, she left behind two children, a six-year-old girl and a four-year-old boy. Our family was confident that their father, a social worker, would skillfully cope with his own grief as well as the children’s. What we saw instead concerned us all. They didn’t join family holiday celebrations for years; it was just too difficult. Years later, as the children grew to be adults, we wondered how much their mother’s death played a factor in the lives they chose to lead.
Have you lost a loved one and are now caring for the children who were left behind?
Are you struggling to parent children who are grieving, while still overwhelmed with your own grief?
Do you or the children you are caring for find it hard to feel “comfort and joy” during the holidays because of your loss?
If so, this e-book will offer you encouragement, support and practical advice on how to:
- Overcome your feelings of aloneness and loss.
- Help children deal with their grief, without opening your own wounds.
- Manage challenges such as financial strain, household management, and time management.
- Set boundaries and discipline children during a time when their behavior may be erratic.
- Recognize the warning signs of stress in children.
- Know when and where to seek help from community resource providers who want to support you.
- Transform chaos into consistency and stability.
- Uncover the hidden blessings that your loss can provide.
- Feel empowered and confident about raising these children.
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