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Death & Grief
  • Author:
    Barbara Coloroso
  • ISBN:
    0060958146
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060958145
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  • Publisher:
    Quill; 1 edition (September 4, 2001)
  • Pages:
    272 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Death & Grief
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    1560 kb
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    1676 kb
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    1484 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    654
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Barbara Coloroso is the author of the international bestseller Kids Are Worth It! and Parenting Through Crisis and is an acclaimed speaker on parenting, teaching, conflict, resolution, and grieving.

Barbara Coloroso is the author of the international bestseller Kids Are Worth It! and Parenting Through Crisis and is an acclaimed speaker on parenting, teaching, conflict, resolution, and grieving. Featured in Time, the New York Times, and on many radio and television shows, she lives with her husband in Littleton, Colorado.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In this companion to her bestselling Kids are Worth It!, parenting educator Barbara Coloroso shows how parents can help children find a way through grief and sorrow during the difficult times of death, illness, divorce, and other upheavals. She offers concrete, compassionate ideas for supporting children as they navigate the emotional ups and downs that accompany loss, assisting them in developing their own constructive ways of responding to what life hands them.

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Through Crisis: Helping Kids In Times Of Loss Grief And Change. The author uses what she calls the TAO of Family (Time, Affection and Optimism) as a guide for each of the subjects she discusses.

Parenting Through Crisis: Helping Kids In Times Of Loss Grief And Change. In this fantastic follow up to Kids Are Worth It! author Barbara Colorosso discusses how parents can help their children cope with changes like deaths within the family, divorce, remarriage, illness, and disability. The book is peppered with inspiring quotes, humor, and personal stories.

In this companion to her bestselling Kids are Worth It!, parenting educator Barbara Coloroso shows how parents can help children find a way through grief and sorrow during the difficult times of death, illness, divorce, and other upheavals.

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In this companion to her bestselling Kids are Worth It!, parenting educator Barbara Coloroso shows how parents can help children find a way through grief and sorrow during the difficult times of death, illness, divorce, and other upheavals. She offers concrete, compassionate ideas for supporting children as they navigate the emotional ups and downs that accompany loss, assisting them in developing their own constructive ways of responding to what life hands them.

At the heart of her approach is what she calls the T.A.0. of Family -- Time, Affection, and Optimism -- coupled with her deep understanding of how people move through grief. Barbara Coloroso's clear answers to difficult questions are enriched by uplifting humor and insightful anecdotes from her own experiences as a Franciscan nun, mother of three, and her thirty years as a parenting educator. With this Guide in hand, parents can feel assured that they are responding with wisdom and love when children need them most.


Madis
An incredibly well written, practical tool for parents and caregivers to help children negotiate the crises of life. I do believe the more people who read this important work, the more compassion we will experience and the more change is possible in the world.
Runeterror
This is a good book. However, it did not meet my need. I had a specific case of looking for parenting tips on helping a young child who has lost his mother from cancer rather quickly.
Via
"When you finally get good at parenting, you are out of a job." That is one of Barbara's quotes. She has provided alot of parenting advise that is simple and effective. Thanks so much Barbara!!!
Realistic
In this fantastic follow up to Kids Are Worth It! author Barbara Colorosso discusses how parents can help their children cope with changes like deaths within the family, divorce, remarriage, illness, and disability. The book is peppered with inspiring quotes, humor, and personal stories.
The book gives great suggestions for parents to support their children through difficult times. The author uses what she calls the TAO of Family (Time, Affection and Optimism) as a guide for each of the subjects she discusses. She also reviews information on the three styles of families and the difference between discipline and punishment. She does expand on this by talking about restorative justice, which is very interesting. She does a good job of giving readers a sense of empowerment.
My one minor complaint about the book (in fact, this is the only thing that has kept me from giving it five stars) is that some of the material was repetitive. She looks at each issue from a developmental perspective. She even considers the impact on the unborn in some chapters, which is impressive (I wish she had done so in all chapters). But she could have done one chapter on developmental stages instead, because the impact is quite similar regardless of whether the specific issue is divorce or death. I can't fault her for restating the information about types of families from Kids are Worth It! because that information is so useful it bears restating, and not everyone who reads this book will have read the first one.
Kajishakar
This book is most useful to parents dealing with specific crises. A good reference.