Now What…? Living with the death of your parent or brother or sister
"Grief is confusing, has a mind of its own and certainly won’t behave the way you, or other people, want it to.
What is really, really important to remember is that you can deal with your grief any way that works for you – as long as it doesn’t harm you or anyone else.
There is no right or wrong way to do it.
The best thing is that you will realise that you are not alone in what you are thinking, feeling and doing.
While you may find it hard to believe right now, almost all young people do survive the death of a parent or a brother or sister. Life continues and you do get through it.
Believing in that may help you as you face the tough times ahead."
(From Now What…? Living with the death of a parent or brother or sister from cancer)
Now What...? Living with the death of your parent or brother or sister from cancer
This book addresses the issues of grief, what it looks like, how it feels and what is normal.
It also provides information, practical tips, support and advice across a whole range of areas that impact on young people who have had a mum or dad or brother or sister die from cancer.
Research shows that there is a lot of confusion and misunderstanding about living with grief.
The content is divided into 4 sections:
It is easy to read and means you can have access to information wherever you are.
Alternatively, you can download the complete pdf version below.
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