Divorced But Still My Parents: A Helping Book About Divorce for Children and Parents Paperback – 1 Feb 1998
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Divorced But Still My Parents is organised according to the five stages of grief first outlined by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross in her studies about human reaction to death. Dr Ross identified phases of mourning that follow whenever permanent loss occurs. When children lose their families of origin through divorce, they go through the grieving process along with their parents. This book will lead you child through the five stages of grief in a gentle and supportive way. Each phase is explained in words children in the middle years of childhood can understand.
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