7 edition of Finding Hope When a Child Dies found in the catalog.
August 4, 1999
by Simon & Schuster
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
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Finding Hope When a Child Dies by Sukie Miller - The death of a child is an overwhelming loss. "Why did my child die?" Sharing her research with a compassionate and grounded voice, she offers hope to those seeking meaning in what seems senseless, and heartening possibilities for returning to wholeness, even if we feel life cannot ever be Released on: Aug Early in my grief after stillbirth, I read a book titled Finding Hope When a Child Dies.
Its main thesis resonated with me and has continued to define my experience of grief—that the death of a child (or anything that we love deeply) is an initiation of sorts. Get this from a library. Finding hope when a child dies: what other cultures can teach us.
[Sukie Miller; Doris Ober]. Sharing her research with a compassionate and grounded voice, she offers hope to those seeking meaning in what seems senseless, and heartening possibilities for returning to wholeness, even if we feel life cannot ever be the same. Book Type: Adult; Cultural Practices connected to Death of a Child Questions to Consider in your Comments: 1.
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[Sukie Miller; Doris Ober] -- Examines what the Western cultural system teaches about the death of children, and shows how this terrible event is experienced differently in other cultures throughout the world.
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The death of her 14 year old son, Connor in a small plane crash led Shari O’Loughlin on a journey to be the Executive Director of the Compassionate Friends. Finding Life after Losing One: A Parent’s Guide for When a Child Dies by Nikki King and Alice Rampton This entry was posted in Family Self-Help on January 7, by Jim Younkin Sign up for the Plain Sight Books Newsletter and be notified when new books like this are released.
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The book is told in the past and the present (the time of the shooting). It is very cleverly done. Finding Jake centers around a school shooting but is so much more. It touches on 4/5. When someone we love dies we are changed. When that someone is our child we are changed forever, deeply, no matter how old they were.
Letting go is not a possibility. Everything in my being was geared to hold on, to protect and to be aware of his life.
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