Do you know a child who is angry, sad, or depressed due to the loss of a parent or a loved one?
We have a great resource that will assist with their healing process. Click here to purchase: http://smarturl.it/DearGriefSeries-PB?IQid=qr
I wrote the book “It’s Okay, I’m Watching” for grieving children ages (9-12) to reassure them of the following:
• They don’t have to grieve alone.
• They can express their emotions without doing harm
to themselves and others.
• Communicating feelings to a trusted adult is
TThis book is a much-needed resource for so many who are hurting and experiencing grief and loss at mass levels within our communities and our society. When I began writing “It’s Okay, I’m Watching”, it was my intent to not only write from the emotional perspective of what the child goes through after experiencing a loss, but to also capture the perspective of the parent that is left behind. Often the attention is placed on the well-being of the children, and not the adult. Depending on the age of the child, it is assumed that their feelings are short-term and they will quickly get over them. Not so!
Share this post with three friends and encourage them to join in on the movement to help educate and equip our youth with the appropriate coping tools to break the cycle of emotional bondage. Click here to order your copy: http://smarturl.it/DearGriefSeries-PB?IQid=qr
From one wounded healer to another, thank you in advance for your support!
Chenee’ Gilbert, Ed.D.
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