2 edition of Talking about grief (1991) found in the catalog.
Talking about grief (1991)
First published 1991.
|Statement||transcribed and edited by Francis Gobey & Caroline Griffin.|
|Contributions||Casdagli, Penny., Gobey, Francis, 1959-, Griffin, Caroline.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Talking About Grief Saturday, Novem @ pm Room (Building 8, 3rd Floor) Support the Miami Book Fair and be part of Miami's commitment to expanding and strengthening Miami's literary culture. About the Fair. History. Join Our Mailing List. Events. Contact Us! Talking About Grief, Feelings, and Difficult Emotions. When you’re talking to your child about death it’s ok to let them see you get emotional. In fact, letting your child know about your own sadness can be reassuring. Letting them know their feelings are normal and it’s ok to feel upset.
Grief, the intense set of feelings associated with death, is a family experience. Grief is complex; it encompasses a wide range of emotions that can come and go in waves. Be assured that there is no set way or length of time to grieve. In helping children cope with death, remember that every child is unique and will grieve at his own pace. Ah, Grief, I should not treat you like a homeless dog who comes to the back door for a crust, for a meatless bone. I should trust you. I should coax you into the house and give you your own corner, a worn mat to lie on, your own water dish. You think I don't know you've been living under my porch. You long for your real place to be readied before winter comes.
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