Recovering from the Loss of a Sibling by Katherine Fair Donnelly

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Recovering from the Loss of a Sibling

'“The death of a loved one always involves pain. When that loved one is a brother or sister, the hurt and grief take a special form. When it is a child who loses a sibling, great sensitivity is required of parents whose own grief may block the love they need to show and of other relatives, teachers, and friends. In a moving account Donnelly brings together people’s own expressions of the pain, anger, and guilt they felt at the death of a sibling. She also lets them tell what helped them live with their grief—what others said and did that helped and what other shouldn’t have said or done. Particularly helpful is the information given on support groups.” —Library Journal'
'“The death of a loved one always involves pain. When that loved one is a brother or sister, the hurt and grief take a special form. When it is a child who loses a sibling, great sensitivity is required of parents whose own grief may block the love they need to show and of other relatives, teachers, and friends. In a moving account Donnelly brings together people’s own expressions of the pain, anger, and guilt they felt at the death of a sibling. She also lets them tell what helped them live with their grief—what others said and did that helped and what other shouldn’t have said or done. Particularly helpful is the information given on support groups.” —Library Journal'
Publisher: Open Road Distribution ISBN: 9781504012034 Pages: 254