When a child dies, the pain and shock can seem unbearable. But in sharing, understanding, and accepting this tragic loss, emotional recovery is possible.Katherine Fair Donnelly's groundbreaking book shows bereaved parents, siblings, and others how to cope with one of life's cruelest blows. With inspiring firsthand accounts from others who have survived this heartbreaking experience, this compassionate and reassuring volumne can help in healing the heartand learning to live again.
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KATHERINE FAIR DONNELLYAuthor OfTHE RECOVERING BOOKSRecovering From the Loss of a ChildRecovering From the Loss of a SiblingRecovering From the Loss of a ParentRecovering From the Loss of a Loved One to AIDSKatherine Fair Donnelly is a journalist and author as well as a columnist for The Dallas Morning News. She has written seven books and co-authors a regular column entitled "Recovering From Grief." Written about in People Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and other newspapers throughout the country, she has appeared on national television such as the TODAY SHOW, Sally Jessy Raphael, Catherine Crier Report and CANADA A.M. She has lectured extensively to community affairs groups and has worked closely with mutual support groups for bereaved families. Born in Texas, she currently lives in New York.
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Book Description iUniverse, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110595140386