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New Books

  • The Invisible String

    by Patrice Karst A mother's explanation of the invisible string of love, told to her thunderstorm-frightened children one dark night, brings them and the reader not only comfort in a dark or scary time, but under any circumstance, anywhere, anytime...

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  • A Friend In Grief: Simple Ways to Help

    by Ginny Callaway What in the world are you going to say when: our best friend’s child dies; your neighbor’s husband has a fatal heart attack; your co-worker’s father dies after years of suffering? You could find yourself in a...

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  • A Place In My Heart : When Our Pets Die

    by Barbara Karnes   The experience of our pets dying is traumatic for us. We find ourselves feeling fear, confusion, and apprehension. We want to help, but don't know what to do. A Place In My Heart, When Our Pet Dies is an explanation of the...

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  • Compassionate Conversations: For Caregivers

    by Marty Hogan A guide to honest talks between caregivers and their dying loved one, this booklet will help with preparing to begin the conversation, how to ease into conversation, how to find the right words at the right time, what to do when...

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  • Ese momentito (This Little While)

    Spanish Version   For Parents Experiencing the Death of a Stillborn Baby or Very Young Infant Joy and Dr. S. M. Johnson – Extensivc help in a concise booklet, including hearing the bad news, recognizing the reality, things to do before...

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  • GriefWork For Teens: Healing From Loss

    by Ester R.A. Leutenberg & Fran Zamore, MSW, ACSW   Reproducible Interactive & Educational Handouts Loss is a part of everyone’s life at some point. Each person reacts to a loss in a personal way. As well as the emotional response,...

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