Saying Goodbye: Memory Book

Saying Goodbye: Memory Book - Erainna Winnett

Saying Goodbye: Memory Book


Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourage children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Citeste mai mult

-10%

49.45Lei

54.94 Lei

Sau 4945 de puncte

!

Fiecare comanda noua reprezinta o investitie pentru viitoarele tale comenzi. Orice comanda plasata de pe un cont de utilizator primeste in schimb un numar de puncte de fidelitate, In conformitate cu regulile de conversiune stabilite. Punctele acumulate sunt incarcate automat in contul tau si pot fi folosite ulterior, pentru plata urmatoarelor comenzi.

Indisponibil

Descrierea produsului


Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourage children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Has your child been affected by the loss of a loved one? Have you found that your child is having difficulty coping after a death of someone they loved?
Each year, thousands of children lose a loved one. Death is extremely stressful for children, but good tools and the love and support of others can help them navigate their loss and begin to heal. Saying Goodbye is an interactive memory book for parents who are helping their children cope with the jumble of thoughts, feelings, and questions that arise when a loved one dies.

Using Saying Goodbye, parents can work directly with their children (ages 6 to 10) as they work through their feelings of sadness and anger in appropriate ways while capturing powerful memories of their loved one.

With
  • exercises to help them see all their feelings as normal responses and identify ways to feel connected to the loved one they lost
  • visual journaling and art therapy that encourages children to access positive thoughts and practice self-care while honoring the person who has died
  • daily reflection journal to implement what they've learned as they heal from their loss

By spending just ten minutes a day engaged with the more than thirty activities in this book, you can offer your child support by guiding them through their big, confusing questions, including why the person died, where he or she is now, and how to respond to words of comfort that don't feel helpful. Don't put off helping a child struggling with grief. Even though this is a very difficult time, this activity book can help make it a little easier.

What parents are saying

"My husband died from lung cancer at the age of thirty-seven. We have two daughters, ages eight and ten. When their grandfather died, I felt the discussions of death were a little easier, but with my husband's death, I just don't know what to do, and on top of that, I'm hurting a lot too and don't want to make it worse for them. I started seeing a grief therapist who recommended this activity book for my girls. I never expected how helpful it would be for me too. We work on it in small doses together as a family and talk through our feelings as we try to find a new normal. We especially loved the suggestion of sharing a chocolate 'kiss' with him.".

"My son was very close to my mother, who passed away last year. Since she died, he's having trouble sleeping alone. I found this book while searching online and it's been a wonderful bonding and healing experience for both of us. I can't tell you how grateful I am."

"Thank you for this activity book. I work with young children who have experienced the death of a loved one, and it's been such a wonderful tool for our program. Many of our parents want to know where to order it."
Citeste mai mult

Detaliile produsului

De pe acelasi raft

Parerea ta e inspiratie pentru comunitatea Libris!

Noi suntem despre carti, si la fel este si

Newsletter-ul nostru.

Aboneaza-te la vestile literare si primesti un cupon de -10% pentru viitoarea ta comanda!

*Reducerea aplicata prin cupon nu se cumuleaza, ci se aplica reducerea cea mai mare.

Ma abonez image one
Ma abonez image one