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It's Okay to Cry free pdf Help Your Child Heal From Life's Losses
A favorite toy breaks . . . . A pet dies . . .
"It's Okay to Cry.
"
Parents divorce and you're forced to move . . .
"It's Okay to Cry.
"A best friend is hurt badly . . . . A grandparent dies . . .
"It's Okay to Cry.
"
Look through the eyes of a child again. When something unexpected, disappointing, or traumatic occurs, children feel a very real sense of loss. They may respond with fear or with anger. Most likely they are confused. They have questions they want answered. They need help from their parents or others who care to understand and process their grief.
"It's Okay to Cry" offers practical help for parents. It explains the symptoms of loss and unresolved grief so that parents can recognize them and walk alongside their children on the path to recovery.
Well-known and respected author H. Norman Wright speaks to parents with sympathy and reassurance. He recognizes that most parents don't know how to teach their children to process loss, because often they weren't taught themselves. His sage advice will give you and your child the comfort and hope you seek.

About N. Wright

Dr. H. Norman Wright is one of America's most prominent Christian counselors. He is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Therapist. Dr. Wright is a graduate of Westmont College, Fuller Theological Seminary (M.R.E.), Pepperdine University (M.A.). He has written numerous best-selling books on Communication, Family and Parenting. His titles include Communication: Key to Your Marriage- Always Daddy's Girl- Quiet Times for Couples- The Power of a Parent's Words and the Premarital Counseling Handbook. Dr. Wright is currently on the faculty of the Talbot School of Theology and was the former director of their Graduate Department of Marriage, Family and Child Counseling.

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Author : N. Wright
Publisher : Struik Christian Books
Data Published : 01 January 1900
ISBN : 1578567599
EAN : 9781578567591
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 224 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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  • It's Okay to Cry free pdfIt's Okay to Cry

    . Help Your Child Heal From Life's Losses
    A favorite toy breaks . . . . A pet dies . . .
    "It's Okay to Cry.
    "
    Parents divorce and you're forced to move . . .
    "It's Okay to Cry.
    "