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Straight Talk about Death for Teenagers: How to Cope with Losing Someone…

by Earl A. Grollman

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Concise, straightforward information, with minimal text on each page. This book is concerned mainly with how teenagers may feel after the death of a loved one. The emphasis is placed on understanding the feelings and working through the grief. The final chapter In Loving Memory contains worksheets to help teens describe and work through their emotions
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This book was written after the author spoke to thousands of teenagers and found they often felt forgotten after someone has died. Written in short, clear sentences that are easy to read, it covers feelings, different types of death and the future. This book gives the reader many options of what can happen, how s/he may feel, giving advice and reassuring readers grief is normal.
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"I thank God for Earl Grollman, and I thank Earl Grollman for this long-overdue book for grieving teenagers. Not only is it a treasure for kids, but it should be read by every school counselor and youth minister in America." —Janice Harris Lord, national director of Victim Services, Mothers Against Drunk Driving

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Suggests ways to deal with the grief and other emotions felt after the death of a loved one and to discover how to go on living.

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