- Author:Sarah Key
- Publisher:William Heinemann Ltd; 1st edition (June 10, 1991)
- Pages:104 pages
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The author wrote the book as an attempt to reach out for the normality of life - by describing the normality of death
The author wrote the book as an attempt to reach out for the normality of life - by describing the normality of death. Her grief for Freddie was heightened, she felt, because there was so little communication about death; when faced with her pain, people buttoned their lips in silence
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It is full of stories of how people don't know how to talk to you when you are bereaved, and tackles some of the most difficult questions, such as what do you say when someone asks how many children you have. Immersing readers into the raw emotions of a fatal car accident involving eight teenagers taking a midnight joy-ride, Caroline Flohr details the many phases she and her family and community moved through on their path to accepting - and embracing - a grievous loss. Flohr challenges the reader to consider death not as the end of the journey but as a beginning.
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item 2 Murphy, Sarah, Coping with Cot Death (Overcoming common problems), Very Good, Pa -Murphy, Sarah . The author of this book herself lost a baby in a cot death. Product Key Features.
item 2 Murphy, Sarah, Coping with Cot Death (Overcoming common problems), Very Good, Pa -Murphy, Sarah, Coping with Cot Death (Overcoming common problems), Very Good, Pa. £. 9. The book recognises the special needs of bereaved families and friends, and offers useful, clear advice about how best to cope with both the immediate impact and the long-term effects of grieving.