Helping Hurting Children: A Journey of Healing

Losses are a normal part of life, even in the lives of children. To help children learn how to cope with those losses, travel with Martha and Bubby the Rabbit as they take children on a journey of healing. They make stops at: What Does Loss Mean; Facts About Losses; What Does Grieve Mean; Recognizing Feelings; Expressing Feelings; Forgiving Others; Asking Others to Forgive You; Accepting Losses Martha and Bubby are joined by their friends, Zach, Hadley, Hannah, Crystal, and Heather. The gang shares their stories of the death of a loved one, being bullied, making a move, the loss of a pet, and divorce. Martha, Bubby, and the kids traveling with them want to remind other boys and girls that you can continue to be happy after a loss. "I am pleased to recommend this resource as an easy-to-use guide for those parents, grandparents, children's church leaders, or others who desire to help, but who may have felt powerless or unsure as to how to do so" -Virginia G. Johnson, licensed professional counselor

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Children suffer various losses during their childhood with little or no knowledge of how to cope with those losses. As children grieve differently than adults, the normal grieving responses may not be recognized; consequently, children are often left to deal with their grief alone. I am pleased to recommend this resource as an easy-to-use guide for those parents, grandparents, children’s church leaders, or others who desire to help, but who may have felt powerless or unsure as to how to do so. – Virginia G. Johnson, Licensed Professional Counselor Credentials: LBSW, LCDC, M.Ed. LPC

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