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Devastating losses : how parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs

Author: William Feigelman
Publisher: New York : Springer Pub., ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Feigelman
ISBN: 9780826107466 082610746X 9780826107473 0826107478
OCLC Number: 747528700
Description: xx, 338 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Theoretical issues guiding this study and how the data were collected --
Suicide stigma and compounding a survivor's grief difficulties --
Drug-overdose deaths and survivors' grief : a greatly neglected subject --
Differences in the suicide death circumstances and how they may affect a survivors' grief --
Grief overload : the impact of multiple losses, only-child loss, and multiple stressor events on bereaved parents --
Early years after loss : survivors get help and advance from their depths of despair --
Later years after loss : identifying the postvention needs of survivors --
The healing potential of suicide survivor support groups --
Suicide survivor support groups : comings and goings --
Personal growth after a suicide loss : is it associated with a survivor's mental health? --
Internet support groups for suicide survivors : a new form of grief support --
Gender differences in grief after the death of a child --
Investigating whether child loss promotes harmony or discord among married couples --
Suggestions for future research.
Responsibility: William Feigelman [and others].
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