The Dying and the Bereaved Teenager
Learning to deal with death is not an easy task for anyone, but it can be especially difficult for young people. Sadly, the pain of loss, the death or suicide of a loved one or friend have become common events in the lives of today’s teenagers. Specifically, the recent rash of school murders and the continued high rate of teenage suicide have left many adolescents frightened, troubled, confused — and in need of assistance.
In an attempt to help young people deal with these all-too-common events, The Dying and the Bereaved Teenager provides practical and thoughtful guidance, making it a most highly regarded resource by psychologists, teachers, school administrators and counselors.
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