Remember, It's Ok: Loss for Teens

By Marina L. Reed & Marian Grace Boyd

Remember, It's Ok: Loss for Teens
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Whether it be the death of a friend or family member, this book was written in consultation with teens to ensure it meets their needs. Inside these pagesare moments you will identify with and guidance that will help you onyour painful journey. There are no secrets here--this ... Read more


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Whether it be the death of a friend or family member, this book was written in consultation with teens to ensure it meets their needs. Inside these pagesare moments you will identify with and guidance that will help you onyour painful journey. There are no secrets here--this book can be yoursafety net, your comfort, your help.

This unique book divides moments of grief into six colours of emotion as the road map forward. Each "moment" has two entries, one from the perspective of the person suffering from a loss, and another as a guide for a companion response, whether a friend, family member, colleagues or therapist. Blank pages are also included for reflection.

Marina L. Reed

Author of Primrose Street, Marina L. Reed (honB.A., M.A., B.Ed.) has worked as a researcher and writer for CBC Television, and has lived and worked in countries around the world as an author, educator, journalist and artist. Her experiences are brought to life through her fiction and non-fiction writing. She is a great lover of nature, of animals, and the empowerment of individuals. Follow her at Marinalreed.com.

Marian Grace Boyd

Founder of Griefwalk, Marian Grace Boyd (B.R.E., B.A.Psych, M.A. Counselling Psych.) has 30+ years experience as a psychotherapist, adoption practitioner, and grief counsellor. She brings her formal training and experiences of grief together in order to cocreate Remember, It's OK. Marian is passionate about helping people find peace. Follow her on www.instagram.com/rememberitisok.

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