Surviving the Loss of a Child Paperback
Support for Grieving Parents
by Elizabeth B. Brown;
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Surviving the Loss of a Child
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Surviving the Loss of a Child by Elizabeth B. Brown was published by Baker in April 2010 and is our 7437th best seller. The ISBN for Surviving the Loss of a Child is 9780800733568.
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I read this book shortly after my nine-year-old son was killed in an accident. I was inspired to hear that yes, you can be happy again after the loss of one as special as your own child
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There is solid advice for friends and family on how to help. Ms Brown?s comments on how children who were friends and siblings of the deceased child will be affected are right on the nose. Another review said: ?After the death of her wonderful daughter, my sister read the book Sunrise Tomorrow. She urged me to read it as well. It was a beautiful book and extremely beneficial in helping my sister, brother-in-law and nephew through this awful time in their lives, as well as helping me through my own grief.?
Surviving the Loss of a ChildPaddy Beresford, via The Good Book Stall
This book sensitively covers the major questions and emotions that uniquely belong to the bereavement process when a child dies as well as those that are common to every loss of a loved one. Of particular note is the chapter on Feuding Partners which is often overlooked in Christian circles, covering the different ways a husband and wife may react to the loss of a child and acknowledges the published statistics that 90% of couples experience serious marital problems after such an event. The whole book is full of helpful insights and pastoral gems drawing on Brown’s own experiences and research into the grief of others. I thoroughly recommend it.
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|Author / Artist||Elizabeth B. Brown|
|Publisher||Baker (April 2010)|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Page last updated||25th October 2017|