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On Children and Death [Paperback]

By Elisabeth Kubler-Ross (Author)
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"On Children and Death" is a major addition to the classic works of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, whose "On Death and Dying" and "Living with Death and Dying" have been continuing sources of strength and solace for tens of millions of devoted readers worldwide. Based on a decade of working with dying children, this compassionate book offers the families of dead and dying children the help -- and hope -- they need to survive. In warm, simple language, Dr. Kubler-Ross speaks directly to the fears, doubts, anger, confusion, and anguish of parents confronting the terminal illness or sudden death of a child.

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On Children and Death by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
  • Wilson Public Library Catalog - 12/31/2008 page 58
  • Wilson Public Library Catalog - 01/01/1998 page 56
  • Wilson Public Library Catalog - 01/01/2004 page 49

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Item Specifications...

Studio: Scribner
Pages   288
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.46" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.7"
Weight:   0.6 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jun 9, 1997
Publisher   Scribner
ISBN  0684839393  
ISBN13  9780684839394  

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More About Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Elizabeth Kubler-Ross is a medical doctor, psychiatrist, and thanatologist known for her work with children and AIDS patients and is credited with bringing the hospice movement to the United States. She is the author of "Life Lessons," "On Death and Dying," " On Life After Death," and "The Wheel of Life." She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona."

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross was born in 1926 and died in 2004.

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Scribner Classics
  2. Touchstone Book

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1Books > Subjects > Health, Mind & Body > Death & Grief > General
2Books > Subjects > Health, Mind & Body > Death & Grief > Grief & Bereavement
3Books > Subjects > Health, Mind & Body > General
4Books > Subjects > Health, Mind & Body > Psychology & Counseling > General
5Books > Subjects > Health, Mind & Body > Psychology & Counseling

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On Children & Death book review  Jan 4, 2007
I found that this book wasn't as helpful as I needed. I was taking a psychology course dealing with how to incorporate death education into an elementary school setting and this basically just gave stories about people/children dealing with death and ways to incorporate all family members. A much better book is Helping Childrne Live with Death and Loss by Dinah Seibert. It gives a way to create lesson plans/field trips/discussions about death with children while also including the stages of grief.
A stellar work in the area of child psychology and death, a gift for bereft parents.   Aug 23, 2005
The death of a child is a horrific and heartrending moment in a parent's life, a time where no words can be used, because it is totally inexpressible. Yet, somehow, Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross does find the words, and she does so by doggedly and mercifully examining children and death. By her own direct involvement as a thanatologist as well as through a series of letters by bereaved parents who have lost children by way of terminal illness, sudden death, murder or suicide, they open their hearts, and in the process of doing so, they reveal psychological and religious elements of their children, premonitions and preparatory acts before acknowledged death to an acute maturity and understanding of themselves and their situations. A role inversion-depending on the age level-frequently happenes, whereby the little patient becomes the comforter for their family who must temporally remain behind in the "cocoon," a most comforting euphemism indeed. Read the story of "Edou" in the segment, The Spiritual Aspects of Work with Dying Children for specific clarity. But what Kubler-Ross stresses is communication, getting the feelings out, not immediately mollifying the topsy-turvey senses with instant self-medication, for more-often-than-not, that can only compound the psychological stresses that can easily fracture with devistating repercussions, as is illustrsted with the examples at the beginning of the book. Also addressed in conjunction with communication and open dialogue is family involvement with the dying process, letting the siblings be exposed to their older or younger brother/sister's dying, unless they make it concretely evident that they are not emotionally ready for that step, which is perfectly fine and understandable. It is about pacing, self-acceptance and sympathetic exposure to what is for most of us a mind-numbing experience. But it does not have to be that way. And Kubler-Ross cites numerous examples throughout On Children and Death, instancing how the funeral industry is evolving for the better as well as humanistic/ holistic expressions via arts, crafts and musical aid in smoothing the rough edges of suffering and self-created mental torment. Yes, grief and unbelieveable pain will exist, but it does not have to dominate, for God is certainly in the equation, for He knows all, sees all and feels all, and Kubler-Ross, wonderfully, blatantly, lets that be known, for as a friend contributed to this volume: "To me, religions are like the spokes on a wheel; they all lead to the hub--at-oneness with God (P. 204). How true! How true!

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