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A broken heart still beats : after your child dies

A broken heart still beats : after your child dies

Author: Anne McCracken; Mary Semel
Publisher: Center City, Minn. : Hazelden, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
"How Two Grieving Mothers Found Inspiration and Comfort. There are few, if any, events in life as traumatic, heart-wrenching, and crushing as the death of a child. While nothing can mute the pain of such a life-shattering loss, others who know this experience can help those suffering articulate the chaos of their feelings and see that they can, eventually, feel whole again. Organized by a journalist and a  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Anne McCracken; Mary Semel
ISBN: 1568382014 9781568382012 1568385560 9781568385563
OCLC Number: 39281983
Description: xxix, 295 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Thunderstruck --
What Kind of Universe Is This Anyway? --
A Storm in the Heart: Pain and Despair --
A Storm in the Heart: Anger and Guilt --
Parents, Lost in the Storm Together --
Sisters and Brothers Grieve Too --
Especially Bad Days --
Complicated Loss --
We Feel Like Aliens in the World --
A Fire in the Mind: Memories, Dreams, Fantasies --
Time Moves Differently Now --
The Legacy of Loss.
Responsibility: edited by Anne McCracken and Mary Semel.


A compilation of poetry, fiction and essays about the pain of loss of a child, the stages of grief, and the coping and healing process that follows, this book includes contributions from William  Read more...


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