This book explores the shock, the grief, and the search for meaning that comes with the death of a child. Seasoned with wisdom and experience, these words offer rare comfort and insight to those who need it most.
The death of a child is an overwhelming loss. "Why did my child die?" and "Is my child suffering now?" are questions that all people, of all cultures and backgrounds, ask. This author presents a unique perspective that is both surprising and comforting. She offers hope to those seeking meaning in what seems senseless.
Grieving: A Healing Process is for anyone who has suffered losses as the result of chemical dependency or codependency. As the author points out, in both cases loss almost always happens, and grief is the natural consequence of loss. The pamphlet may be especially helpful when read in conjunction with work on the First Step because that is when our losses begin to become apparent. Learn More
Hazelden's Real Life Parenting Skills Program--the first program designed specifically for parents in recovery--teaches the basic skills of parenting and, at the same time, boasts the confidence and self-esteem of parents. Each unit includes a pamphlet containing the basic concepts, a workbook with clear and practical exercises, and a video that dramatizes new or relearned parenting skills.