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Grief, Death & Bereavement

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Health & Fitness:Coping with Illness & Personal Problems:Grief, Death & Bereavement

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On the Wings of a Butterfly: A Special Story to support conversations on grief and loss, Belinda Messer
1 On the Wings of a Butterfly: A Special Story to support conversations on grief and loss
Belinda Messer Australia Boolarong Press 2016 0992538734 / 9780992538736 Hardcover New Book 21.1 x 18.4 x 0.5 cm 
This very special book on grief for young children up to 9 years is suitable for all children who are experiencing the loss of a loved one or who are preparing for the loss of a somebody close to them. Coming from a place of permission and comfort, this book will help a young one through this sad and very difficult to understand time. I drew upon my own experiences when writing this book and used what would have made me feel better when I was a little girl losing my father at a very young age. Most children will experience loss during their childhood. Be it a close family member, pet, a baby born sleeping or somebody they know. I would be very happy to have bought comfort to families with my little book. Critique "Life is wonderful and joyous and thrilling but as adults we know that it can also be brutally tough at times. On The Wings Of A Butterfly beautifully guides children through the death of a loved one. Frankly, it's a must-have for every family bookshelf. Thank you, Belinda Messer for helping me explain loss to my kids." Rebecca Sparrow, author and columnist. "On the Wings of a Butterfly is a book written from the heart. I is an engaging resource which provides a framework for children to think about life and loss. This book encourages individuality in remembering loved ones after their death. Beautiful illustrations complement the text. I look forward to sharing this story at the clinic, Dr Peta Lilley, Clinical Psychologist "A lovely children's book that well explains the death of a loved one and the grief and loss that may follow. It gently guides them through questions and feelings that they might experience. I highly recommend this book for children aged 4 and over." Esther Elliot Professional Counsellor "My eight year old daughter loved it. And because it ends on a positive perspective, she wasn't weighed down from the heaviness of the topic, she was uplifted by the excitement of life's possibilities." Caity Longmire, Grief and Loss Counsellor. 
Price: 21.95 AUD
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Coping with Suicide: Signs We Missed and Strategies to Use in the Aftermath, Christine Howard
2 Coping with Suicide: Signs We Missed and Strategies to Use in the Aftermath
Christine Howard Australia Global Publishing Group 2015 1922118842 / 9781922118844 Soft cover New Book 23.0 x 15.8 cm 
One million people commit suicide each year! That's one death every 40 seconds... International Author, Speaker and Life Coach, Christine Howard is a mother who lost her 20 year old daughter to suicide. In this book, she shares her firsthand experience of how this tragedy unfolded and affected her family and friends. Christine now coaches, counsels and supports other people who have been touched by suicide, or who are fearful that it may become a reality in their own life. This book gives you practical tools and strategies to help yourself and others. You'll Discover: Essential strategies to help cope with sudden loss & grief. How to recognise potential warning signs & contributing factors for risk. How to know what to say & what questions to ask. What NOT to say to someone you believe to be considering suicide as an option. Where to get help, who to call and what to do. How to dispel some of the myths surrounding suicide. That grief has no time limit & that it's ok to cry. 
Price: 29.95 AUD
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Sometimes Life Sucks: When someone you love dies *** TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK ***, Molly Carlile
3 Sometimes Life Sucks: When someone you love dies *** TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK ***
Molly Carlile Australia Inspired Living 2010 1742371884 / 9781742371887 Soft cover New Book 19.8 x 12.8 x 1.8 cm 
A great book for parents and teachers to use with teens struggling with grief and loss. A valuable resource for teenagers who are struggling to cope with some kind of loss or grief, and for the people who love them and want to help. As adults, we are happy to talk about our sex lives in a crowded pub; we're happy to divulge details of our money problems on a mobile phone while on crowded public transport; we easily discuss the intricacies of childbirth to whoever will listen. Yet, we all avoid conversations about the one certainty of human existence: death. Our avoidance of death and grief means we are not only ill-informed and unprepared when it comes into our lives, we also reinforce to young people around us that death is a taboo subject and something to be feared. Teenagers experience loss in all sorts of ways. Whether it's the death of a grandparent or family pet, a teen fatality in a car crash or suicide, a peer with terminal illness, living without a mum or dad or the death of a celebrity, like everyone else, teenagers also struggle to come to terms with their shock and grief. With such limited resources available to them, Molly Carlile thought it was important to write a book to help them navigate through those difficult times. While written for teenagers, Sometimes Life Sucks is the sort of book parents, other family members, educators and counsellors are able to give to a teen to help them through a difficult situation, or refer to themselves. About the Author: Playwright, educator, former palliative care nurse, Molly Carlile is in an expert in the care of the dying, and strong advocate of understanding kids' needs around the death of those they love. She's a regular media commentator, and presenter to medical forums and conferences. 
Price: 19.95 AUD
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The Death Talker: What We Need To Talk About When Confronting Death, Molly Carlile
4 The Death Talker: What We Need To Talk About When Confronting Death
Molly Carlile Australia New Holland Publishers 2016 174257873X / 9781742578736 Soft cover New Book 23.4 x 18.0 x 2.3 cm 
Since the dawn of time, human beings have been curious about death. Most of us have no real down time to contemplate 'what if this was to happen, or that?' We are all too busy in our day-to-day lives. Often, it's only when death confronts us personally that we give any serious thought to the meaning of our own life and our mortality. The Death Talker offers a common sense approach to having the conversations we will all need to have one day . how to plan a good death and to die well. This book is a practical guide on how to start the difficult conversation of death and identifies a range of options available in order for you to die well. About the Author: Molly Carlile AM has over twenty years' experience as a specialist palliative care nurse grief and bereavement counsellor and educator. More recently she has held senior executive roles in both palliative care and acute health, currently as Chief Executive Officer of a large metropolitan community palliative care service. 
Price: 29.95 AUD
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