ves and Partners, Grandparents and Grandchildren Talk About Their Experience of Death and Grieving
Clare Jenkins is a freelance journalist and broadcaster for BBC Radio 4. Her previous book, A Passion for Priests, looked at women's relationships with Roman Catholic Priests. Clare lives in Sheffield, UK.
or Children of All Ages at the Time of a Close Bereavement
Mary Turner is a counsellor and psychotherapist. She has considerable experience working with grieving children and families in social service, hospital, hospice and bereavement service settings. She teaches on university palliative care courses.
This booklet is intended for couples who have lost a baby during pregnancy, labor, or shortly after birth. In Addition, it can provide medical caregivers, family and friends with an understanding of how to help bereaved families.
Children tend to grieve in different ways from adults and therefore they may need alternative strategies to help them through their grief. Many children, lacking the skills to verbalise their feelings, feel embarrassed about discussing loss and react guardedly to one-to-one counselling. A useful guide for carers who are helping bereaved ......