"When a Child Has Been Murdered: Ways You Can Help the Grieving Parents" is a concise, easy- to-read guide that begins with a general discussion of the types of grief that result from death and non-death losses. Then, using statements made by parents whose children were murdered, it discusses the specifics of murdered-child grief including: the complex emotions felt by the grieving parents, how the necessity of interacting with the criminal justice system can alter and enhance these emotions, short- and long-term methods these parents employ to work through the grieving process and to reconstruct their shattered lives, and how anyone who comes in contact with the parents can help them survive their grief.

chapter |4 pages


chapter Chapter 1|24 pages

Defining Basic Grief

chapter Chapter 2|10 pages

Factors That Can Affect Grief

chapter Chapter 3|11 pages

The Emotions of Murdered Child Grief

chapter Chapter 10|4 pages