Parents losing parents

Kennedy, Alexandra; Northup, Steve
June 1992
Mothering;Summer92, Issue 64, p117
Probes the experience of adults losing their parents. Case history of the struggle through the long passage; Caring for parents and children; The emotional state; The illness placing a tremendous strain on family life; The steps to be taken; Bringing dying into the family; The family member's needs; Names and addresses for more information. INSET: Coping with grief. by Alexandra Kennedy..


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