Sibling Loss Across the Lifespan: Research, Practice, and by Brenda J. Marshall,Howard R. Winokuer

By Brenda J. Marshall,Howard R. Winokuer

Sibling Loss around the Lifespan brings jointly researchers, clinicians, and bereaved siblings to discover sibling loss. designated in either shape and content material, the publication makes a speciality of loss inside of 5 key age ranges—childhood, formative years, rising maturity, maturity, and past due adulthood—and losses inside a distinct subject matters part that addresses components of curiosity throughout a number of age teams. as well as chapters from researchers and clinicians, the publication comprises own tales from bereaved siblings who describe the lived adventure of this loss.

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