Doreen T. Cammarata
This newly revised edition of the book is designed for adult caregivers to read to surviving youngsters following a suicidal death. The story allows individuals an opportunity to recognize normal grieving symptoms and to identify various interventions to promote healthy ways of coping with the death of a special person. Although the language used in the book is simplistic enough to be read along with children and ultimately stimulating family discussion, it can be beneficial to all who have been tragically devastated by suicide. It is recommended for this book to be utilized in conjunction with therapy.
Amazon Editorial Reviews
A beautifully written book that will prove valuable reading for child suicide survivors. Parents will find this book very helpful. — Barbara Rubel, MA, author, But I Didn’t Say Goodbye: For Parents and Professionals Helping Child Suicide Survivors
A richly imaginative and innovative work that is remarkably wide ranging and will help all those tragically touched by suicide. — Rabbi Earl A Grollman, author, Living When a Loved one has Died –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Amazon Reader Review
Geared towards children but helps make some sense for adults too. Would highly recommend if you are finding yourself in need of a book like this.