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Parenting Children Who Have Lost a Loved One

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When Tammy died of cancer at age 28, she left behind two children, a six-year-old girl and a four-year-old boy.

Our family was confident that their father, a social worker, would know how to cope with his own grief as well as the children’s.

What we saw as Tammy was dying, at the funeral, and after her death concerned us all.

We didn’t see the children at family holiday celebrations for years; it was just too difficult for them.

Years later, as the children grew to be adults, we wondered how much their mother’s death played a factor in the lives they chose to lead.

 

If you have lost a loved one and are now caring for the children who were left behind, you may be overwhelmed with all the changes and unexpected issues you are facing. If you are like most people, you probably don’t feel prepared for what lies ahead. You’re struggling to parent children who are grieving, while still overwhelmed with your own grief.

Jody Johnston Pawel, LSW, CFLE

In this 50-minute presentation for The Caring House of Hospice Family Care in Huntsville, Alabama, Jody Johnston Pawel, LSW, CFLE shows how to break down an overwhelming situation into the most common issues grieving caregivers experience and offers some helpful tips for getting through this difficult time.

 

With the Practical Information in this Resource Package, you will Discover how to:

  • Deal Openly With Grief and Loss
    o Grief and Loss Issues Affect Both Adults and Children
    o Children Often Go Through the Same Stages of Grief
    o Deal openly with children’s grief and other feelings
    o Answer Children’s Questions Honestly and Sensitively
    o A Child’s Play Is Therapy
  • Successfully Adjust to Being a Parent, a Single Parent or a Parent Again.
    o Stress and Anger Management
    o Household Management
    o Time-Management
    o Financial Stress
  • Regain and Maintain Balance
  • Use Consistent Parenting
    o Use Effective Parenting Skills
    o Use Discipline instead of Punishment
    o Hold Regular Family Councils
  • Build a Support System
    o Aloneness
    o Lack of Support
    o Family Self-Esteem
  • Know When to Seek Counseling

Here is a preview:

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Have you lost a loved one and are now caring for the children who were left behind?

Are you struggling to parent children who are grieving, while still overwhelmed with your own grief?

If so, experience this presentation full of encouragement, support and practical advice from a nationally-recognized parenting expert.

This multimedia resource package includes:

  • Audio and Video of the entire presentation.
  • A 25-page e-book/handout of the presentation.
  • A recording of the Parent Success Club Support Webinar on this topic.

The Total Value of this Package is $59.95, but priced at only $24.95

So You and the Children You Are Caring for Can

Get the Information, Practical Tips and Support You Need (and Deserve) NOW!

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