This is a guidebook to help children who:
- don't like themselves or feel there is something fundamentally wrong with them
- have been deeply shamed
- have received too much criticism or haven't been encouraged enough
- let people treat them badly because they feel they don't deserve better
- do not accept praise or appreciation because they feel they don't deserve it
- feel defeated by life, fundamentally unimportant, unwanted or unlovable
- bully because they think they are worthless or think they are worthless because they are bullied
- and feel they don't belong or do not seek friends because they think no-one would want to be their friend.
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This is a guidebook to help children who: are suffering from the pain of loss or separation from someone or something they love deeply; have had a parent, relative or important friend leave or die; are obsessed with their absent parent; have lost someone they love, but have never really mourned; are trying to manage all their painful feelings of loss by themselves; feel that they have lost the love of someone they love deeply; are suffering from separation anxiety; and are adopted or fostered children who miss their birth parent terribly. Helping Children with Loss Using this engaging story and practical guidebook you can help children suffering from the pain of loss or separation. They may be: grieving for the death of a parent, relative or important friend; obsessed with an absent parent; struggling to mourn a loss; trying to manage all of their painful feelings by themselves; suffering from separation anxiety; and adopted or fostered children who miss their birth parent.
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