35 Ways to Help a Grieving Child provides practical suggestions for helping small children and teens cope with the death of a loved one. This book helps to identify expected behaviors and reactions in children and teens that are normal after the loss of a loved one and provides guidance on how to give comfort.
Whether one faces loss through personal, family or community disaster, there is potential for change and growth through the loss. Writing from his own experiences, Wright covers such issues as the meaning of grief, why so many blame God during troubles, and strategies for expressing emotions during times of loss.
In When You Lose Someone You Love, a pastor provides tender and compassionate advice to a man suffering a profound grief. This book is meant to show the mourning that grief is a natural and healthy process that God can use to mend broken hearts. The author tenderly walks the reader along the path from sorrow to peace.
Gone but Not Lost is a thoughtful gift for a family that has experienced the death of a child. Each of its brief chapters covers one element of grief, bringing the grieving through sorrow and helping them deal with feelings of anger or guilt as well as the marital strain that may follow the loss of a beloved child.